- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... stopped on the side of a deserted road admiring the views of Italy in every direction, west through Tuscany, east to the Adriatic Sea, south towards Rome and north towards Florence. It was beautiful, all of it. But it had to come to an end eventually and when we crossed the border into San Marino we were not dissappointed. We found a gorgeous, well maintained country that was obviously doing much better for itself than ...
Today we stayed on the boat! We enjoyed every minute of it! We were going to go to the beach but, we could see it from the boat. The boat also had amenities the beach wouldn't have ( beer, food, toilets). Maybe we're boring...but we needed a day off after our busy cruise so ...
... sites in Italian and English which was great! We walked past the various sites the hostel guy had circled on the map ending at the Tiberius Bridge which is 2000 years old and still in use today! Up close it did not look like the most sturdious bridge but still impressive to see.
After that we went back to one of the main squares for our first Italian dinner lasagna and salad - yum!
We headed back out to the hostel ...
Ok so San Marino.
it was a choice of up the road to Florence, about four hours, or over the mountains to San Marino, five hours.
Obvious really, seen Florence before, and oh those mountains were calling.
The ride over was just as much fun, just as bendy, and the stops were good too.
Decided when I got to the top of a hill and saw the views, as there was a restaurant right there, it made sense to stop.
It was a place called Montefiascone.
The restaurant and hotel ...
... Turns out he wasn't hung over. Just very tired. Me too.... We went for a walk and ended up back at the bar we went to last night. Here I ordered a double shot espresso. I was EXHAUSTED! and was hoping the extra coffee would help. It didn't. :( Either way, the owner of the cafe was named Alessio. Long story short, the guy told us he worked in Australia for 6 months! :o No wonder his english was good!