Hotel Centrale Byron
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... 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 ...
... of the mosaics look like paintings. The tiles themselves range from a quarter inch to half inch for images of religious figure. Larger tiles for floors. The size and number of mosaics is really impressive and must have taken a long time to complete. Kathy took a lot of photos of the sites we visited.
Once done with the "mosaic March" we visited the tomb of Dante of "Inferno" fame. And of course we strolled most of ...
... upon a womderful little french themed italian restaurant where we were warmly greeted and had a great meal. The spagetti primi platti I had was divine and was simply egg spagetti, butter, pepper and flakes of parmesan. Something I have learnt on this trip is that the Italians do not drench their pasta with sauce, the sauce is actually quite sparse.
We both loved our Milan ...
Our day started early enough. I still get up every morning at about 7am much to Kerry's disgust. Can't seem to sleep much beyond that so I make the coffee to get the day into gear. We headed north and had a stop to get a new door latch for the Beast. Our journey north was through lots of agricultural land and quite different from where we'd been in Sirolo. We are now just north of Ravenna and it looks like ...
... out on what Rimini has to offer!
So we thought after San Marino we would make an effort to check out Rimini and we are glad we did! The center city used to be an old Roman town that was quite wealthy. We also found a memorial to the Canadian soldiers who liberated the city in WWII. There is still one gate remaining aprox 2000 years old that used to be part of the old city walls. Near all the old Roman ruins was information ...