- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... high up in the Apennines Mountains. I went on the perfect sunny fall day. San Marino is noted as a medieval city and its three huge watch towers on the edge of the mountain. I was able to go through the main tower and got the most beautiful views. Oddly enough while we were there I noticed some faint medieval music ...
... Rocca or the rock. In fact it served as a prison for a couple hundred years until 1975. We walked the spine of the mount towards the North where an aerial tram takes visitors up the mountain. We visited the church as well as several plazas and government buildings along the way.
We enjoyed a lunch in the old town and Kathy got side tracked by a pair of boots in one of the shop windows, we didn't leave empty handed! After about three hours we left San Marino ...
... except to say that we finished the day feeling very relaxed’. We topped off our relaxing day doing something by an evening beach walk. It was lovely to leave the apartment and do something that is at least worth remembering otherwise our day would have been a full day of something that really means ...
... the stairs in my mind asking if I should take it downstairs or not. The driver clearly presumed that I was motioning for him to carry my bag down for me as though he were there purely to serve me …. so he glared at me, picked up my bag and pretty much threw it on top of a bag rack. Lucky I didn’t point to my backpack as that has my Murano glass in it, I would have had to punch him. The problem was that I didn’t ...
A few snippets of our 1.5 days in Milan. What a wonderful city! We only came here as a fly-out point but it has been a great experience.
I love the cathedral here, beats Florence hands down. I think it is its wedding cake outside appearance, and the fact we did a good tour that included inside, the archeological site and exhibition underground (very well done) and the upper "terraces" ...