Travel Blogs from Senigallia
... about its use during WWII in an informative English pamphlet I picked up, and I thought it was interesting that the Italian version of the pamphlet mentioned nothing about its function under Mussolini's rule. A cistern was built under the cloister in order to collect rainwater for the monks' daily needs. Water was fetched from the well. (over which the Jesuits added a remarkable wrought iron struction in the ...
... all located in our seats. This leg of the journey goes all the way to Venice, so there were plenty of people with suit cases and bags also travelling.
We hopped off at Bologna to then get a second train to Ancona. The Ancona train was a bit late leaving so we had plenty of time. Draz struck up a conversation with a local, who was on her way down south for holidays. The School holidays have kicked in, so there’s stacks of kids and families ...
... and doughnuts.We then walked around the town and looked at churches and statues. We walked past an Italian Deli and they had beautiful food, so we bought a chicken to eat for lunch. It was delicious.
At 11am, we got back in the car and drove onto the ferry. We were taking the ferry from Ancona to Igoumenitsa.
... a very friendly lady who passed us on to her husband as he spoke English. I was parked and they went in to sample the delights of the Villa Barocco. It had been completely renovated in a Baroque style with a modern twist. The rooms were fantastic. Strong colours, chandeliers and candelabra every where, Venetian masks on every wall. In the hall was a Victorian carousel horse in beautiful condition. They went up the stairs in a sort of ...
... and going to the ballet tonight in a 1000+ year old theater and my days aren't worth recording?? I realized that I have been guilty of getting caught in this cycle before! I start a new adventure or a new journey, and it's so awesome and great and everything is amazing until it's not. Once things become common I lose interest in them, I lose the wonder and the beauty somewhere in the routine, but just ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility