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... next stop was Thessaloniki which is a big nothing place – very drab and it could have been any city in the world – except for the dreadful drivers and abandoned buildings and building sites. If any of our readers are Greek or Turkish, I don’t wish to cause offence, but one thing that these two countries have in common, is bad drivers! We were amazed to learn that, in Turkey, once you have your licence, this is the first time you actually get to ...
... the world."
She died quietly in 1509, aged 46, of pneumonia.
Caterina was born a Sforza, her first husband was a Riario, the father of four of her six children. The local street leading up to the fortress in Forli is in his family name.
An imposing citadel in its day. The height in the photographs is deceptive. These walls are about 30 feet tall. Those protecting the keep, even taller. And the grass below is a moat forty feet ...
We woke up to a beautiful vista from our balcony that overlooked the valley towards to sea. San Marino has a population of 30 000 and is tax free. At the very top is a walled city and our hotel was just outside the wall. It also has 3 enclosed forts that look spectacular lit up at night as well as during the daylight. Quite a cool morning as we walked up to the first fort. This was ...
... own bathrooms. It was just such a gorgeous place and view from every angle. Out hostess could speak English reasonably well and was so welcoming. They lived in half the house and had built 4 rooms to rent. They had an excellent kitchen downstairs we could use and she said she was providing breakfast. She suggested we go to the only restaurant in the local town which had great food but was not known by tourists but the locals frequented it. We arrived at 6.30 (we ...
... sand, we though it might be a worthwhile cruise, however the promenade as so far back from the sea that it was not rewarding. We
stopped by the entrance to the fishing and leisure harbour for our first beer of the day. At least it was sunny.
We returned to the bike, crossed the town and began the climb uphill toward San Marino,
a tiny independent state located on a hill top. The road weaved ...