Cesenatico Camping Village
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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We left beautiful Pompeii and headed across Italy to the Adriactic Coast, lovely drive through mountainous roads and beautiful countryside although to say this was a pleasant trip would be a little deceiving. Not sure how many times we held our breathe and hoped for the best, seriously these drivers take their lives and those of others in their …
... to cook a meal for us. But we always had a choice of one dish – first day was Greek spaghetti (??) and the next day, they had some fresh octopus for Nick and they cooked me a piece of chicken. We had fried potatoes with every meal. In this particular restaurant, the host was in his late 80’s and never moved quickly. He spoke very little English and we speak no Greek, but we managed to work things out.
Whilst the weather wasn’t great, ...
... 8220;There is one heck of a movie in that woman.” The following are excerpts, some with quotations, some not, and mostly from Lev’s book but also from various other sources.
--A French biographer put it this way: “Under her feminine body she had a masculine courage; she had no fear of danger; no matter how close it approached, she never backed down.”
--At that time, in the Italian courts, daughters of noble families received ...
... for the Ferrari Museum (which was closed) and Ashleigh and I continued to window shop the various jewellery and handbag shops.
At 12 noon we set off for the short drive to Venice. This took us via an abbey where the octave was created. We drove through the Po delta which is an exceptionally fertile area full of various vegetable and fruit farms and irrigation channels. Lots ...
... awkward the walk to it would be. Instead she suggested boarding a bus outside the hotel. After quite a long wait, a coach turned up and for a tiny price took us up to the town, full of steep cobbled streets lined with tax-free shops and restaurants. We loved it and could have wandered around all night, if it were not for the last bus being very early in the evening. We sat outside a bar right on top of the hill next to ...