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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking rooms
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... with a rude Italian. They must think that we are American. I checked the route to the hotel and got us there no worries.
We were greeted by a covert nice man at Casa Masoli. The Casa, an 18th Century private house that belonged to the Masoli family. It is now a 6 bedroom private hotel where each room is decorated with period furnishings and artworks. The room is very comfortable and the AC works real good. There is a ...
... and hot ride.
The day started really well with a sleep in til nearly breakfast o'clock at 7am. We were given a warm welcome by the staff and yes it was warm. The Euro style breakfast went down well with very nice coffee - had to have a second to confirm that it was very nice coffee and some sweet breads - well, cakes really.
We had a chat to a husband and wife from Geelong. They stay at the hotel every year as they visit ...
... to Greg's sister Cath -not telling you how old she is this time - we made that mistake in a previous blog 4 years ago when she turned 50!
Happy Birthday also to Marg, our friend who will join us in the UK with Craig on the 4th June.
Tomorrow we ride north to Riva Del Garda for our last night in Italy - for a while!
And last but not least HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY to all of those mums reading this. Kerrie says she feels a long way from home ...
... vending machines.
Ravenna was rainy, and a little cold. But it was beautiful. This visit was primarily for a library tour. We went to the Istituzione Biblioteca Classense. There, we saw beautiful artwork, which we would come to learn is a real norm in Italy. Every building contains stunning works of art. We also were provided a bilingual presentation of rare books, ...
... world as it was directly on my route. And Modena turned out to be a pretty town. And shops were packed with bottles of the stuff as it is here that true balsamic vinegar is made, coming from just two specific types of grape that only grow in this region. A true vinegar must be barrelled for no fewer than 12 years and can fetch 50-100 euros for a 100ml bottle. I suddenly realised I was doing something wrong and obviously missing out on something special when I pick up ...