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... Caterina Sforza wanted a residential palace named Paradise to be built on the 14th century fortress remains. The palace does not exist anymore. Recently the fortress underwent restoration and the roofs of two towers and the conjon were rebuilt. On the south side of the fortress you can still see the coat of arms of Cesare Borgia who stormed the fortress defended by Caterina on January 12, 1500."
For scale, the near outer wall is about 15 feet high, the ...
... very top of the rock and you can actually see the Croatian Coast on a clear day. Magnificent views in each direction. Then down to the Basilica which was just gorgeous. White walls with Apple green and duck egg blue colours in the florets. The most beautiful church I have seen. Made even more special as a lady was singing from the balcony beside the organ. Scott and Mikaela then ...
... 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 ...
... the gates of a 4 star hotel.
It looks expensive. I decide it is not for me so I turn about and head back to the Casa della Stella B&B. Despite the lateness of the hour I am warmly greeted by the owner, another David. He and his wife Guilla are both bikers, KTM and Triumph Bonneville.
I am shown to a stylish and comfortable room and settle in for the night. ...
... awkward the walk to it would be. Instead she suggested boarding a bus outside the hotel. After quite a long wait, a coach turned up and for a tiny price took us up to the town, full of steep cobbled streets lined with tax-free shops and restaurants. We loved it and could have wandered around all night, if it were not for the last bus being very early in the evening. We sat outside a bar right on top of the hill next to ...