Il San Francesco Charming Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... we had a bike.
Stopped for petrol and caused a scene as we stuffed up the self service machine.
Stopped at the peak called Marmalada, Sergio's cousin runs a small World War One museum there, we had bubbles and chips and a good chat about things, the cable car wasn't working which was a shame, then down the valley for lunch where we had Venison and Polenta with red wine, very ...
... to fit us both suitably into the picture, we become a couple of heads (as you will have seen) so joint decision Garry investing in a selfie stick €5. Luckily he tried it before he walked away from the vendor as all it would do is change the volume of the sound output. Oh doesn't work with Samsung S3. They are hawking the sticks everywhere. We negotiated back to the train station by ...
... cemeteries, left for only their families to remember. Quietly we headed onward on our journey. It was hard to imagine the devastation that was left in the area in 1944. Photographs cannot capture the pain, smell, disease and grief. Dad had photographs of Isola Falls so we passed through the town to look. While some changes were evident ( more buildings to one side) they were was pretty much the same. A massive amount of water flows and accompanying ...
... and all, including their two dogs and their cat. They had wifi so we were able to post some pictures to Facebook. Enzo insisted I call John on FaceTime so they could meet. We had such a fun conversation and it was good to see his face. We were all drinking coffee at the same time...us at 4:00 in the afternoon and John at 10:00 in the morning. Next time he will come with me! They asked to take us to the coast tomorrow to ...
... The bus passes through Dogana, and winds up Mount Titano, towards a town guarded by three medieval watchtowers silhouetted against the midafternoon sun. We stop in a parking lot. This is it, this is San Marino. After six hours of traveling, we had arrived.
For a capital city, it's quite small. If you are going from side to side, you can walk through the main part of the town in about the same time it takes to walk through San Gemini if you are ambling. ...