Hotel Villa Saba
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... woman ,began to build their own chiesa, adorned with mosaics and add sparkles to those already there .Theodoro even built a few of her own.
The Ravenna of today is a small town , but has 8 Unesco world heritage sites of Byzantine mosaics. As we all know how I love glittery things so....it was on the list of " must do's".
No cars allowed in the centre and not many tourists , perfect for cycling , we found out ...
... to do anything tourist, either did Jess and Ben. We had a nice late lunch in view of the main cathedral. We asked the our server where we could go that was not full of tourist. He suggested Piazza Santo Spirito. We decided,we would walk to Piazza Michelangelo to see the sunset. The plaza is on top of a hill that over looks Florence. We had a nice time relaxing up there and watching the sunset. After that, we took a taxi to Santo Spritio. It definitely has a more local feel to ...
... and a wide verge in others.
We stopped for a top up at Lido di Classe, a spot just off the beach. It was hot. We had a chat to the lady in the cafe. Two of her daughters live in Sydney and a niece, a nurse at the Children's Hospital Cancer Ward in Brisbane. Tis a small world. She was lovely and wished us all the best for the remainder of our trip.
Back on the saddle, heading towards Classe. The heat was ...
... to be - some people just have no idea!
Annette paid the bill and joined me in the garage to push the bikes up the ramp from the garage. That is when we knew it was going to be a warm day. We followed the directions of the lady at reception and made our way out of Pesaro. We had a ride of between 60 and 70km ahead of us.
The first 7km was on a flat road that wound its way between two hillsides. At the 7km mark we noticed that the ...
... 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 ...