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Emelia Romagna in October

hughw | Apr 3, 201808:04 PM     1

I've been nosing about various threads concerning restaurants near Modena and Bologna. My wife and I will be visiting in October. Can't wait. Obviously, there are way to many places to visit for what's going to be only a three day visit. We're still in the process of trying to narrow down a few places that are within our budget and appeal to us. No doubt, we'll have some questions when we come up with a list. But for now, I have a question of etiquette. We're staying at Opera02 near Castelvetro di Modena, an agriturismo with a relatively well reviewed restaurant. Assuming, we eat there one evening, is it considered bad form to go out to other restaurants, Amerigo perhaps being one?

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