- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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... not an easy task but we are getting pretty savvy and parking a bit like italians,in the minute-est of spaces ) ...... We discover that Nonna had decided to take the day off and had taped a little notice on the door !!!!!!! Damn you Nonna .....
So, we end up with a panini and espresso, disappointed , but there was an interesting Lavazzo coffee poster in the cafe ..... And VERY good coffee.
We headed onwards ,to the ...
... We did not buy our tickets before hand. You can always buy at ticket once you are on the train. We did that on our train to Bologna and ended paying more. Once we got to Bologna we tried to get tickets to Florence but all the trains where sold out. We were not sure what todo. We didn't want to spend the day in Bologna as we had already been there. We decided to just get on the train and see if there was any space. The train was pretty packed with people. We left our bags in ...
... was starting to feel the pinch. She hit the wall at 39km - only 1km short of yesterday. To give her due, she did very well under trying circumstances. In one section, the traffic was heavy and there were plenty of big trucks. That didn't help when you are tired and hot. We had a little rest under a nice shady tree.
We got a pleasant surprise when we stopped at Classe. Another new mate, an Italian cyclist told us that we had only ...
Hello from The Ariston Hotel in Cesenatico in Italy.
Last night accommodation was a steal at €90 with a large room, ocean view and slow WiFi in the room. We got conned by the Tourist Info Centre in Cesentatico with the promise of in-room WiFi and initially the AC. The man at reception has no English. He was going to put us in an no-AC room until Annette was able to communicate that we wanted AC. We got AC, but no view, which is fine after ...
... much that we thought we would bring the kids to experience it also. Unfortunately it was oppressively hot (38 degrees) and so humid the skies were quite hazy - usually you can see for miles. We still enjoyed going up the third tower and viewing the other fortress towers along the ridge. We then hit the shops. There is no tax here as it is a republic within Italy. We found out later that it is well known for shopping with ...