- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... woman ,began to build their own chiesa, adorned with mosaics and add sparkles to those already there .Theodoro even built a few of her own.
The Ravenna of today is a small town , but has 8 Unesco world heritage sites of Byzantine mosaics. As we all know how I love glittery things so....it was on the list of " must do's".
No cars allowed in the centre and not many tourists , perfect for cycling , we found out ...
... to go big! We were all feeling it in the morning. We sleep in, then fought through our hangover todo some shopping! Jess and I spend the day shopping around while Ben had a wander in his own. We all met up for dinner in the center of town. We then went for gelato before I have to take the night train to head to Lake Bled, Slovenia. It was sad to say goodbye to Jess and Ben. We had a great week traveling together. It's felt much longer and was so much fun! We plan to meet up again next ...
... was starting to feel the pinch. She hit the wall at 39km - only 1km short of yesterday. To give her due, she did very well under trying circumstances. In one section, the traffic was heavy and there were plenty of big trucks. That didn't help when you are tired and hot. We had a little rest under a nice shady tree.
We got a pleasant surprise when we stopped at Classe. Another new mate, an Italian cyclist told us that we had only ...
... about 32kg in addition to my bulk, the front wheel started to wobble. Hand on the back brake, put the bum back as far as I could on the seat and pushed my legs against the top bar to help stability, I managed to catch up with a stationary Annette who proudly told me of her feat.
We hit the beach to find exactly what we had seen for km after km yesterday. Umbrella's and more umbrella's in groups of the same colour. Banana lounges lined up under ...
... much that we thought we would bring the kids to experience it also. Unfortunately it was oppressively hot (38 degrees) and so humid the skies were quite hazy - usually you can see for miles. We still enjoyed going up the third tower and viewing the other fortress towers along the ridge. We then hit the shops. There is no tax here as it is a republic within Italy. We found out later that it is well known for shopping with ...