Hotel San Marco & Formula Club
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... 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 ...
Arrived in nice after a day of driving from Barcelona! Sat next to a 'gazelle' Kelly, who is from Hobart and traveling with her friend Anna. Once settled into our hostel it was time to get ready and head to a 'top deck' dinner then a few drinks at a pub. There was a live band playing and we were all dancing on the tables, the waiters insisted. A few of us stayed out and headed to a bar called the 'nice cube'! We asked for a 2€ ...
... on. So he should, it wasnt a pretty sight.
We are nowin Montecstini for the night. Went for a walk into town which was quite busy. They have a cycling competition going on and there are cute grass sculptures around town. finished the night with a great dinner, pasta and pork followed by an early night. We have a busy few days ahead of us. Off to Florence and Rome.
... front in with tail out in traffic flow. Also, it appears that the indicators on the Italian cars are disabled as we’ve not seen them work very often (funny though, they seem to work ok on our car!).
Phones – apparently in Italy the phones have an built in anti-collision device, which means you have cone of protection and can walk straight out on the road without looking or being hit, you can drive one handed without accident, or even ride ...
... 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 ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility