Hotel de la Ville
- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel de la Ville Cesenatico
Travel Blogs from Cesenatico
Next stop in the Grand Italian Tour ..... We decided to go further east to Ravenna , and as Bologna was on the way, stop in there for Pranza. I did my research and found a cute as pie Trattoria ,run by Nonna Anna Maria. Sounded perfect, popped the address into our GPS in Ronaldo , and off we toottled , salivating at the thought of authentic Bolognese in Bologna.
After finding parking in the ...
... at a near by cafe to have some wine and watch the Bollywood movie that was playing. It was a nice way to relax after a day of travel. The next day, we walked around Bologna enjoying the streets and churches of the town. We planned to take the train to Ravanna. Ravanna is a small town near the north east coast of Italy. Jess wanted to go there because she liked the name of the town. We were interested to see what the town was like. We didn't know much about Ravenna,just it was ...
... in the shape of an egg. We had no,idea what was on a table beside the kettle, an electric rather than a period kettle thankfully. It holds 4 cans of drink!
Showers and washing completed we had a well earned rest. We again decided not to eat on our ride so we were a little peckish. Being in the old town, close to cafes and walkways as well as numerous old buildings, we ventured off in search of sustenance. We found a little bakery ...
... using the free WiFi and it was reported to be only 30' with 70% humidity - it was a hell of a lot hotter than that. My Garmin will have the temp so will check that when I'm able to upload - we need WiFi for that.
The final water break was at 50km. We had decided that we would pull the pin after 60km today due to the heat and the time. We didn't make as good as progress as yesterday - dunno why? The cold fizzy water went down well. It was ...
... much that we thought we would bring the kids to experience it also. Unfortunately it was oppressively hot (38 degrees) and so humid the skies were quite hazy - usually you can see for miles. We still enjoyed going up the third tower and viewing the other fortress towers along the ridge. We then hit the shops. There is no tax here as it is a republic within Italy. We found out later that it is well known for shopping with ...