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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We arrived in Venice in the dark and left our cruise at 7 am after our last delicious breakfast on board. At this time of the morning we could wheel our own suitcases off rather than waste time with porters and finding luggage at an allocated time schedule. Before we knew it we were on the people mover, then a bus to the airport to pick up our hire car for the last phase of our Italian trip. Di and I were standing away from the car hire desk while Lee and Erwin ...
... is running slowly to conserve fuel and we will not dock in Ancona until after 7pm. It is a very boring day.
It is nearly dark when we finally disembark. Charly and K-H try try best to lose me as we head out onto the autostrada. Then it's a blast north, way outside my comfort zone. I have done very little mileage after dark in Europe and find it very ...
... in the water. We continued down the coast, through rolling hills, to the town of Pesaro. The most amusing thing today was a woman cycling in town wearing a ridiculously high pair of heals that would have made walking nearly impossible. We regret to inform you that we did not get a picture. Ciao. ...
Our morning of climbing hills was followed by an afternoon of climbing hills, much to Susan and my exertion. Our destination was the smallest independent republic in the world, San Marino. Who knew there is a country within a ...
... The trucks were occasionally heart stopping. Got off that and tried the country again to an interim destination of Bertinoro. The climb was heart pounding so we stayed here for a 60k day. It is a beautiful hilltop and the food delicious. Greg and I are still, happily married. Today was a microcosm of of our life together, highs, lows, uncertainty and everything in between.