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Those of you who know us well will understand straight away why this entry is named this way. It is not our age, or how many gelatis Greg has had on this trip and not even a secret code. For those who don't know us so well - all will be revealed.
The focus for our visit to this area is to attend the World Superbikes at Imola on the weekend. BUT what motorbike rider could come to this area and not have another focus?
So, Sandra ...
... named after him. His statue is even in part of the wall of the Post Office in Piazza del Popolo in the centre of the town. The other attraction is Rocca Costanza which is a fortress that was started by Constanzo Sforza in 1472 and completed by his son Giovanni in 1505. The fortress has an empty moat around it and was built for the defence of the town which must have been much smaller in those days.
As with many Italian towns there are many churches and the ...
... statues with names like "Skank Angel." One of the robots was quite obviously intended to be a female with quite a bit of junk in her trunk.
The old town is quite cute, although still quite hilly and with a lot of stairs. At some point, the amount of stairs just became a joke and I'd go up stairs that led nowhere just because they were there.
... Nick was highly amused by the memorials to the Thespians that was put up in the 1950s. “What? Were there actors here too?” I had to explain to Nick that the forces again King Xerxes were made up of various Greek City-States such as Athens, Thebes, Sparta, as well as many other areas including Thespia.
Our next stop of our exciting tour of Ancient Greek historical sites, was Delphi! In ancient times, the Oracle at Delphi was consulted ...
... see the atractions of a holiday, or even a residence, here.
After a pleasant breakfast of fruit, yoghurt, some ham and cheese, washed down with the usual orange juice and coffee, we set off for the ducal palace, which is the dominant building of the town. A huge palatial structure dating to the early 14th century when the Duke of Montepelfre was the man in charge of this region of Italy. It is also ...