- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Athens drivers (by a hair) and then settled in to plan what we would be seeing in Athens. Top of the list was the Acropolis – no not the Milk Bar!!
Public transport in Athens was very civilised! You could buy a five-day pass for less than 10 Euros, which would cover buses, trams, Metro as well as suburban trains. You could also buy a multi-pass for four days which would give you access to five different attractions in Athens, so it looks like we ...
... above), imprison Caterina and rape her for nine days before her relatives, the Medici from Florence, along with newly allied French forces, arrived to secure her release.
But before that, with Cesare below the walls of the fortress, “Trumpets broke Caterina’s reveries and summoned her to the battlefield. She strapped on her cuirass, (body armor), one of the very few made for a woman in that age. It was as expertly crafted as her luxurious gowns ...
... sand, we though it might be a worthwhile cruise, however the promenade as so far back from the sea that it was not rewarding. We
stopped by the entrance to the fishing and leisure harbour for our first beer of the day. At least it was sunny.
We returned to the bike, crossed the town and began the climb uphill toward San Marino,
a tiny independent state located on a hill top. The road weaved ...
Went to the beach next to the camping place which is just across the road. It is a bit ****. The water is cold and you have to pay for umbrellas on the beach. We walked for a few kms and played until it started raining. We continued playing in the rain on the swings. I made pasta bolognaise with my ...
... informed that this is a recent development designed for sailers aspiring to explore the Great Atlantic, I am still amazed by this remarkable technological development. With the support of the rich Venetians and the technological superiority offered by this ship, we are bound to quickly find a sizable fortune waiting in the Holy lands and beyond.