- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Caterina’s first husband, Giralomo Riario, was either the son or the nephew of Pope Sixtus IV, who preceded Pope Alexandria VI. Caterina’s first murderous rampage came after Giralomo was stabbed to death, an assassin finally succeeded after five previous attempts on the life of the man failed.
Caterina’s family alliances ran deep and wide in Italian royalty, her entanglements and disharmony would require a spread sheet worthy of attempting ...
... 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 ...
... We pulled off the autostrada for a coffee and a croissant for those who wanted - and was served by an Italian speaking Chinese (seemed out of place). Every little place and one horse town has a very good coffee machine we have found in Italy. San Marino is certainly a jewel to visit! It is situated on the Italian Peninsula on the NE side of the Apennines Mountains. It is 61 km2. It is the wealthiest country in the world in terms of GDP (per capita). We caught ...
... 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 ...
... we more or less stumbled upon our hotel, which turned out to be very high standard. We sat outside and shared a beer before negotiating the challenge of how to get up into the ancient walled town above. Looking at it from below, I could appreciate how the Italians (back in the day) had failed to conquer it. It is the oldest republic in the world. Our plans to take the cable car were dashed by the receptionist when she ...