- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the Adriatic that the Italians call the Romagna Riviera. It has sandy beaches for around 100kms, and not rocky pebbles as on the West coast.
Ravenna sits a bit inland from the ocean, and is connected by a centuries old man-made canal. It was once capital of the western Roman empire, in the 4th Century. As the Roman Empire's power declined , the Byzantines took over and Emporer Justinian and his wife Theodoro, who was a ...
... mosaics in this place. Gob-smacking, that after hundreds of years they're still up there, looking as bright as the day they were glued!
We got totally, and I mean totally, lost getting back to our hotel - must have seen every grubby back street in Northern Italy.
I'm sure your sick of ...
... the city. In the afternoon,we rode out to the beach which was 7km always. It was a long ride in the hot sun. We were happy to spend the rest of the afternoon to the early evening relaxing at the beach. That night,we went for dinner in the city center, eating lots of pasta and wine. After dinner we went chill out in the town plaza. The next day we had breakfast and relaxing before starting the journey to Florence. We had to take a train to Bologna then transfer to another train ...
... and a wide verge in others.
We stopped for a top up at Lido di Classe, a spot just off the beach. It was hot. We had a chat to the lady in the cafe. Two of her daughters live in Sydney and a niece, a nurse at the Children's Hospital Cancer Ward in Brisbane. Tis a small world. She was lovely and wished us all the best for the remainder of our trip.
Back on the saddle, heading towards Classe. The heat was ...
... easier said than done. There are wall to wall hotels but no restaurants out front. We found an Italian restaurant where we became the first customers for the night. The waiter attempted to interpret the menu for us.
Annette through that she had ordered a pizza on a potato base - wrong, it was a normal pizza with the 4 fillings in a quarter on their own. Mine, well I wasn't sure when the menu item was explained. He point to the palm tree out ...