B&B Hotel Ferrara
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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So a very exciting day as we set off for Rome. Hard to believe that we are actually going to see this city this afternoon. ! Driving south through the edges of Tuscany s very influential part of Italy at times more important than Rome especially during Renaissance times. fabulous scenery especially cypress ...
We were awoken at 0620 by the engines as Capitano Tullio eased us away from the dock at Adria. We passed through a lock with a lifting bridge and motored through breakfast to arrive at Bosaro at about 0900. We offloaded the bikes and began to ride. After 12km we stopped at Polesella for a coffee and toilet stop. After this we crossed the Po River and rode on top of a levee bank beside the Po River with corn, grape vines and fruit trees on the left. Beautiful scenery and little or ...
... written on sheep skin, and saw what they claimed was the oldest working clock in the world (built 1386). From here we cycled through the Po delta on a hot day to rendezvous with the ship at Porto Vida after 46 km. We boarded the Ave Maria and sailed to our final destination, Adria. We had read there was a good Archeological Museum here and we spent a great 1.5 hours with ...
... to offer shelter and a hospital to pilgrims, It is on one of the busiest streets of central Bologna, and as you walk through the doors it offers a beautiful little sanctuary from the hustle and bustle outside. What really makes the church special though is that around a corner from the altar is a group of figures which have been called one of the masterpieces of Italian sculpture. The figures that make up the group known as the Lamentation over the Dead Christ, are life ...
... is one lane for both directions. However it's so quiet you can hear the cars coming and there's time to step off the road. I had wondered what would have happen if I met the evening bus as I passed the section where the stinging nettles line both sides of the road. It's a steep 5 km round trip to the Pieve Antica, a 12th century church. Roffeno is the same distance but a flatter walk along the road. I thought there might be a cute bar for a late afternoon aperitif ...