Hotel Promenade Universale
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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It was time to head up towards the top western corner to Greece, to visit Corfu. Did you know that Corfu only joined Modern Greece in 1864? We didn’t! And it also turns out that Phil the Greek – or is that Sir Phil the Greek, was born in Corfu! And it was also the beloved holiday location of Empress Elisabeth (Sissi) of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. We visited both locations (Mon Repos & Archilleon) but weren’t very impressed ...
... the world."
She died quietly in 1509, aged 46, of pneumonia.
Caterina was born a Sforza, her first husband was a Riario, the father of four of her six children. The local street leading up to the fortress in Forli is in his family name.
An imposing citadel in its day. The height in the photographs is deceptive. These walls are about 30 feet tall. Those protecting the keep, even taller. And the grass below is a moat forty feet ...
... for the Ferrari Museum (which was closed) and Ashleigh and I continued to window shop the various jewellery and handbag shops.
At 12 noon we set off for the short drive to Venice. This took us via an abbey where the octave was created. We drove through the Po delta which is an exceptionally fertile area full of various vegetable and fruit farms and irrigation channels. Lots ...
... sand, we though it might be a worthwhile cruise, however the promenade as so far back from the sea that it was not rewarding. We
stopped by the entrance to the fishing and leisure harbour for our first beer of the day. At least it was sunny.
We returned to the bike, crossed the town and began the climb uphill toward San Marino,
a tiny independent state located on a hill top. The road weaved ...
Went to the beach next to the camping place which is just across the road. It is a bit ****. The water is cold and you have to pay for umbrellas on the beach. We walked for a few kms and played until it started raining. We continued playing in the rain on the swings. I made pasta bolognaise with my ...