Cavallino Hotel Forli

Address: Via Forlivese 185 , Forli, Emilia-Romagna, 48018, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Via Forlivese 185 , Forli, is near International Ceramic Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Forli

Train to Bari

A travel blog entry by due_viaggiatori on Nov 10, 2015

1 comment, 3 photos

... car with Bistro (Vino anyone?).

The train also had high speed Wi-Fi which allowed Bill to get some work done while traveling.

After passing through Rimini the train traveled down the coast of the Adriatic Sea until we reached ...

To eat or not to eat. That is the question!

A travel blog entry by due_viaggiatori on Nov 06, 2015

5 comments, 4 photos

... a.m. We drag ourselves out of bed between 9:30 and 10:00. What jet lag? Fear sets in as I've yet to have a cappuccino in Italy. We're running out of time--cappuccino is ordered only in the morning. My first cappuccino in Bologna was ordered and delivered around 11:00 Lovely.

We take a "Hop On, Hop Off" tour this afternoon. We hop on and stay on ...

Day 50 - A Bike Ride to the Adriatic

A travel blog entry by hopptwo on Oct 21, 2015

6 photos

... waters. There were plenty of oil rigs scattered about in the distant water. There was a haze in the distance limiting visibility. After a bit we walked our bikes back to the path and continued on towards the lighthouse on the pier at the marina.

Upon arriving we found the lighthouse was occupied by tenants (used for housing) and the waterfront plaza was like a ghost town. We rode around a bit then headed towards the ferry to check it ...

Caterina Riario Sforza de Medici

A travel blog entry by laurenmichaud on Nov 02, 2014

11 photos

... education as their brothers. In addition to Latin and the reading of the classics, as prescribed by her teachers, Caterina learned, especially from her paternal grandmother, to take pride in her warlike ancestors, to show boldness in the use of arms and astuteness in the skill of government.

--The friends of the rising diplomat, however, were blind to the difficulties of the task. Caterina Sforza, they breathed in awed whispers, the most famous woman in ...

Liam II

A travel blog entry by clementinelarue on Jul 24, 2013

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So there I was, fuming like a cracked chimney top, taking artistic photos of the wall I was staring at and determined to ignore any attempt at contact. I had thoughtfully left Liam with a key to the apartment so as not to abandon him homeless but was otherwise in a fairly uncompromising state of mind.

Of course, the mind has a tendency to become rational once the actual trigger to your tempestuous alter ...