- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... an Old London Pub. The food was terrible, we need to stick to Italian in Italy. The beers were apparently good though. They also sold no wine - very strange.
The night was extremely entertaining as Thurston mentioned to Gunger that packing and being ready by 7.00 tomorrow morning could be quite difficult for her. Ginger responded with a 'friendly' thump to the arm - which in Thurston's words - nearly pushed him off his ...
Another day of great riding, lots of fast bends, good road surfaces, marvellous scenery, interesting villages, good coffee and lots of traffic to use as mobile bollards. First a short ferry ride back to the mainland where a strong bora sidewind added some spice to the riding. Parts of the coastline were similar to riding Lake Como with classical style hotels, upmarket restaurants and marinas, while other parts were untamed ...
... napping in the sun as it began disappearing behind some clouds. We were not as prepared as others around us who came with small mats and large towels to lie down on, but we slept well enough anyway.
Once we woke up and showered to warm up, we headed back into the old town where there was live music going on. We walked by restaurant after restaurant full of people eating and drinking while looking at the sea in the moonlight and listening to the ...
... behind the little girl who was moving really quickly and we watched her head down one of the dark and nearly deserted narrow side streets of the old town. A short time after, she came back to the main street and I tried to ask her if she needed help, but she just kept running. We didn't know what to do since it was unlikely she spoke English and we had no idea which language she spoke. We went into a museum on another side of a street ...
Drive to Trieste and park on the waterfront. The city is marking the 100th anniversary of the shooting of Archduke Ferdinand in Sarajevo. Four days after the shooting the bodies of the Archduke and his wife Sophie were carried across the Adriatic on an Austrian navy cruiser and landed at Trieste with great ceremony. Thousands lined the streets to watch the ...