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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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 ...
... very top of the rock and you can actually see the Croatian Coast on a clear day. Magnificent views in each direction. Then down to the Basilica which was just gorgeous. White walls with Apple green and duck egg blue colours in the florets. The most beautiful church I have seen. Made even more special as a lady was singing from the balcony beside the organ. Scott and Mikaela then ...
... must have been the only one who knew a very little bit of English) came to serve us. We had the best fresh ravioli ever - truffles with ricotta and spinach. Everything they brought out for us to try was delicious. When we went to pay the bill and give the tip the owner was very kind and wouldn't take the full amount we had in our hand, just took a 50 note. We really enjoyed our small town experience even though it was quite difficult - a few words and gestures go a long ...
... ride fast in these circumstances. Italian drivers take no prisoners.
I almost sail past the services where the other two have pulled in. But I just manage to spot a taillight and veer from the outside lane, to the slip road and pull up behind them. It seems they have decided not to carry on to Sud Tirol (it is another 500km) and have decide to stop for the ...
... all the kingdoms of Italy were consolidated in 1859, San Marino was high enough, remote enough and audacious enough to hold out. So here we sit drinking prosecco and enjoying the view with the comfort of knowing tomorrow must be ...