Castello di Monterado
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... on the subway you kinda pretend that the people next to you are not there with no one saying hello or chatting. You have to be quite quiet and just sit still there is no running around and playing beach cricket like we do in New Zealand. About an hour was enough for us and we were off on our travels. When we got to Ancona we checked onto the big car ferry. It is a much bigger boat than the Inter Island ferry in New Zealand and more like ...
... century villa in the middle of the Tuscan countryside, fresh croissants and coffee for breakfast, a lovely German Shepherd named Margo who sleeps at the front door and walks us to the gate when we leave and arrive and lovely hosts, an elderly couple Bruno and Fiamennta who are 5th generation owners of the property.
Words cannot describe Tuscany, it's a postcard at every turn and the view from Fiosole down to Florence is amazing, such ...
... down, she was nine. We then rushed back to our hotel by bus. Took a taxi to the inter city bus station, for a 4 and a half hour bus journey to Split. Got there around 17 h15, chilled by the port a bit with beers and hot chocolate, then boarded our ferry to Ancona, Italy at 20h15. We had a cabin on the ferry, we had beds and a little shower. Ferry journey, 10 hours, like being on a cruise ship, minus the bells and ...
... And what a day we had! We had pizza and gelato while watching locals run along the beach in Speedos! If that doesn't say fun, I don't know what does!
We left San Benedetto at three o'clock. Our drive to Ancona was uneventful, and unlike our ferry experiences in Thailand, there was no chaos to fight with when getting on board. In fact, I think we may have been four of the maybe thirty people on board. The ship was empty. Our room was ...
... a lot longer to form than any in Australia. After the caves we headed back to Conero National Park and drove to Sirolo to go to San Michel beach. The sun was out, and it was brilliant to lie in the sun and soak up the rays for an hour or so. The beach itself wasn't that nice and quite pebbly, I'm sure it will be lovely and sandy in a few thousand years or so. The Adriatic Sea was a beautiful blue/green, but still VERY cold so we just had a little paddle.