Hotel Sporting E Dei Congressi
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... the Adriatic that the Italians call the Romagna Riviera. It has sandy beaches for around 100kms, and not rocky pebbles as on the West coast.
Ravenna sits a bit inland from the ocean, and is connected by a centuries old man-made canal. It was once capital of the western Roman empire, in the 4th Century. As the Roman Empire's power declined , the Byzantines took over and Emporer Justinian and his wife Theodoro, who was a ...
... we went to the local store to buy some wine to enjoy in the town square. We walked into town and discovered that they had music in the town square. There were two women playing , one on the piano and on on the violet. We enjoyed the music then went for a late bite to eat. We found a pizza place. The pizza was so tasty. The next day, we rode bikes around the city. We found out that Ravenna is know for its mosaics. So we rode out bikes to check out some mosaics in the old ...
... of the streets that had pita bread filled with ham and cheese. I scored one of those and washed it down with fizzy water and an ice cream.
We then started on our discovery walk. We had targeted 6 places of interest. The Basilica di S. Vitale was one. We arrived, walked about 20 steps into the enclosed area only to be told that it was closing. Bugger! I took a few quick snaps before the gates were locked behind us. We ...
... with them to date.
We had to double back along the beach to get to our accommodation. Once in the room with all the gear - old mate from reception helped carry it up the two flights of stairs, we headed off to the beach opposite the hotel. The beach was crowded, not a lot of people in the water. The water was again warm. It wasn't as clear as the water at Pesaro yesterday and certainly not as clear and refreshing as that at ...
... ramp and onto Italian soil, actually concrete.
Chatted with one of the port officers who was controlling the exiting vehicles from the boat. He gave us directions to the old town. We were about to make the suggested turn but we were turned around by a police officer. Not being one to argue, we followed his directions that resulted in a very long diversion around and through a very long tunnel. Annette was a bit worried, so pushed her ...