Bed & Breakfast Casa Pascolone
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... was simple, Allen needed to walk Jasmine down the aisle in Verona in Wednesday next week..holidaying was a distant second priority. We also knew that if he did have further problems, it was going to be easier to have him re-admitted in Monaco.
Touch wood - no issues so far.
Memories of the Monaco area.....expensive cars, boats and houses...everywhere. Lots of tight winding ...
... normal;">After two days we clawed our way up the hill (they actually have a traffic warden at the top so you don't have to stop to exit onto the road at the top, otherwise you'd never re-start) and headed off north towards Rimini, and stopped at Misano at a camp opposite the beach.
Pretty basic camp, and after we rode our bikes about 5 km through Riccione and back again, decided that ...
... is still in use). There were many steps to get to the top, but it was well worth the view! Italian cities are beautiful from every angle. On our way back into town we walked across the Ponte Pietra bridge. We also found a great place in Piazza Bra for afternoon drinks and relaxed for an hour or two watching the action around the ...
... center of the city. There was an outdoor market and many shops and restaurants. This was probably one of the most beautiful piazza's I've seen because of the historic buildings that were painted. After this we wandered around to no particular place; that always seems to work out best for us. We found quite a few churches and a park right alongside the river.
We came back early for a quick ...
We left about 9 am for a 39 km loop around the Mantova district. First stop was a small town Grazie which is home to a beautiful church with many superb carvings inside. No pictures allowed but there were some graphic sculptures of the fate of sinners. We then cycled through more farming country before stopping at Rivalta. We visited the small museum of the Mincio River that ran past the town. After a nasty gravel section to avoid travelling on busy ...