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Travel Blogs from Collecchio
... the scene "no operative surgeon gone mad could imagine in his wildest delirium". We paid our 2euros to 'light up the cupola' (commercial opportunity by the church!) which was up until then only showing in low level light, and saw for ourselves that all of the above was fair comment, and was a weirdly flesh coloured entanglement of bodies.... We then wandered around, and found that there was a medieval re-enactment happening in ...
... Then headed up to a roof top bar that over looked Monaco. Before we knew it was time for us to head back to nice. The girls decided it was too hot for us to be gizels and changed it to penguins! Back in the hostel we had a packing party, resulted in Kelly popping the champagne all over herself and the bed! With the room having a new aroma we called it a night! We woke to get on the bus and make our way to the sinking city- ...
... it is illegal and you can get fined.
It was our turn to do our introductions on the bus (Kim stop laughing). We were lucky last and Im glad thats done now. I also forgot to mention Mum had a fright yesterday, it wasn't good. We were at one of the lookouts and turned around and there was a man nude sitting in front of us. We gasped that loud unintentionally and the poor man proceeded to put ...
... about the festival. We then looked at plan B and headed for a place about 25 miles away from the lakes, and found a place called Cremona.
This didn't turn out to be our best decision- it was a mixture of Stalag 13 and a building site. We kept the caravan hooked up to the car and were charged 22 euros for the night. The staff couldn't even muster up a smile and we were glad to move on next ...
... began to ride. We just zoomed to the city. Our hotel/hostel is apparently 10 km from the city center of Piacenza, so it's annoyingly far away. It is run by some old British couple who specializes in hosting pilgrims or something? so we decided to wait as long as possible before actually showing up at this place.
We managed to get to Piacenza in under 3 hours, and I'm pretty sure that makes today the fastest overall day of biking we've done thus far. We had so ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility