Grand Hotel Mattei
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... is surrounded by grape vines and has a lovely pool - that is, if it wasn't covered and had water in it! Still, you can't beat the location and the price includes parking, Wi Fi and breakfast. It is also reasonably priced even though such a big sport's event is being held just up the road.
As soon as we checked in about 11am we were back on the bike and off to the races. The Imola track is right in the town. After parking the bike and parting with ...
... 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, ...
I had a plan. As soon as we got off the bus, Syl and I went directly to the Hop On/Hop Off bus and joined their tour. The route they took gave us a bigger overview of all the interesting sights and how far apart they were from each other. They also had the ongoing pre-recorded guide talk that was translated in English so I was able to learn a bit more about Ravenna, not that I remember any of it but it did make the ride and the rest of the day more interesting. The tour was ...
... informed that this is a recent development designed for sailers aspiring to explore the Great Atlantic, I am still amazed by this remarkable technological development. With the support of the rich Venetians and the technological superiority offered by this ship, we are bound to quickly find a sizable fortune waiting in the Holy lands and beyond.
... of Doge,s Palace jail by entering a random free exhibition being held there. Then after trying to understand the ferry schedule, finally got across the water from San Marco to San Giorgio to see some interesting streets and building in varying states of decay (mostly rising damp), a lovely free entry church and an exhibition of giant bronze seashells. One conical shell was two metres high and three metres long and in perfect scale. Then it off back to the B&B for our luggage ...