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... Ancient Corinth which was also a score, because it turned out that we were there on the free museum day! Yippee!! We also stayed in a lovely Stellplatz where we were offered Greek coffee and an English-speaking grandson to act as translator.
From Corinth, we had hoped to get down to Sparta so that we could base ourselves there to see Mystros, etc, but it snowed again! And that meant that the road down to Sparta was closed... again! Hmmm, a quick change of ...
... education as their brothers. In addition to Latin and the reading of the classics, as prescribed by her teachers, Caterina learned, especially from her paternal grandmother, to take pride in her warlike ancestors, to show boldness in the use of arms and astuteness in the skill of government.
--The friends of the rising diplomat, however, were blind to the difficulties of the task. Caterina Sforza, they breathed in awed whispers, the most famous woman in ...
... and fishing boats as well. As we neared Venice we could see the Alps in the distance and there was snow on the summits of some mountains. Venice is located in a lagoon and the locals moved further into the lagoon to escape Attila the Hun. The areas has a series of island however our motel is on the mainland not far from the port to travel to the island of Venice tomorrow.
Here we had a few days by the sea and spent time with friends, had great food and wine, slept in a tent for a change. The weather was good. From here we went to the Po delta got bitten at least 20 times by some aggressive mosquito's. Ate on the roadside a good meal in a diner. And made our way up to the Garda lake.
We stayed in a camping site here as ...
Our original intention was to follow the coast road around the lagoons but we quickly opted
for the motorway route which would get us to San Marino much quicker and give us far more time to enjoy it. The ride was hair raising though and I arrived one hundred and fifty miles later quite out of sorts. The high speed tail gating had tested my nerves. Our fist visit was to the coastal resort of Rimini. With nine miles ...