Vivid travelers always get into these awkward situations when the cash is gone and bank cards get blocked in the most undesirable moment. To get out of this, they usually have to call to the bank keeping the number so that account manager at the bank knows it’s the client calls. Here always is Yolla to help in these issues!
Got to the airport and found out that your tickets are not valid anymore? The lady at the information desk cannot help you? Don’t have millions on your carrier balance to get through the whole hour-long talk with the airline’s office? Don’t worry: you’re not alone. Things happen, and there is a lifesaver for cases like this. Check out a story on how our loyal user made this all work and spend almost nothing on it.
We also have a story on roaming to be cut off – both happened with Yolla users when they were on a trip. Take a look at them to always be prepared for anything!
I work in Yolla, and here’s my heart crying out.
Yolla is an application designed for international calls. Nothing to hide: when people hear about Yolla for the first time, following response in 80% of cases is “Why should I try Yolla when I have WhatsApp or Viber?”
La Cucina Bolognese + Aperitivo Traditions
Telling about Italian gastronomical capital, I can not mention the cuisine. But first of all, I have to reveal a big Italian secret: all the dishes you know and think are Italian, are probably something extremely not Italian. The fact is, Italian cuisine differs A LOT from city to city – imagine how do recipes change on the way to other countries and cultures! Each place has it’s particular, uncommon recipes and local specialties. For example, Bologna is famous for its meat dishes, while Ferrara – 30 km away – welcomes you with pumpkin treats. You can hardly find anything with fish or seafood in Bologna, while Rimini is all about it. Another thing is the name. Take Spaghetti Bolognese: they don’t exist in Bologna! You will never find anything called like that on any menu, and if you ask a waiter for that, be ready to get the most indignant look ever (worse is only when your order cappuccio after 12 a.m., but that’s a different story). Tortellini, tagliatelle, lasagna, everything al ragù: La Grassa nickname is well-deserved. Let’s take a deeper look.
Off The Beaten Track
I’d say, that was the short list of must-visit and must-see places in Bologna. It’s quite short – bear in mind to study some other places of interest on your own. I can’t name all the back streets, lanes and alleys – the experience of finding them by yourself is too precious. But there are some corners I insist on checking out – so that Bologna opens up its’ real face.