Grand Hotel Mattei
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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With no real fixed plan for the day, we enjoyed a very leisurely morning. After a light breakfast at our B&B we set out to catch the bus to take us to the Marina di Revanna a visit to the Adriatic Sea. In the courtyard of our B&B we ran into the owner and discussed our plans for the day. He suggested we ride bikes, of which he had several to borrow for the day. He described a very nice bike trail that would take us most of the way. Being ...
We woke to a sunny day in Italy today. After breakfast at the hotel in Verona we set out for Ravenna. Ravenna is about hundred miles Southeast of Verona. The drive out of Verona was a bit tricky and took awhile to manage with all the construction in town.
The drive to Ravenna was relaxing as traffic in the highways was fairly light and the drive went quickly. We found our accommodations in Ravenna with little problem. ...
... This cathedral is up there with York Minister. A good experience and very well maintained.
I mooched around the shops a little. It is odd because there are the high end Prada, Louis Vitton, Gucci etc shops which are just unafforable for normal people and then there were the Glasson equivalents. There didn't seem to be anything in between.
Dave and I explored a lovely inner ...
... for fishing is for netting small fish, either sardines or something a little bigger. Kerry said it looked like a bait fish. On our bike rides we saw deserted roads, houses, beaches with hundreds of umbrellas, camping grounds that were empty and all being packed up. It was all a bit eire. That was on our first ride. On our second ride we came across a large lake that stretched further than our eyes could see. ...
... sites in Italian and English which was great! We walked past the various sites the hostel guy had circled on the map ending at the Tiberius Bridge which is 2000 years old and still in use today! Up close it did not look like the most sturdious bridge but still impressive to see.
After that we went back to one of the main squares for our first Italian dinner lasagna and salad - yum!
We headed back out to the hostel ...