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Travel Blogs from Bagno Di Romagna
Woke up to rooster having a competition with a peacock. They seem to follow us around. As to who had loudest dawn call. All local dogs joined in telling them to shut it. Chickens cherbeling in background happily ignoring ruckus on their behalf. Spent morning admiring view and ...
... just following signs to Parking Stazione. However, when we got there, the train station parking was convenient even if expensive. Did the wait at McDonalds for a loo - 2 toilets for a huge Macca's. This Macca's leads out onto a platform and was insanely busy.
We found our way to the duomo piazza - just amazing! It was a sea of people, but the buildings were incredible. I had no expectations here. Florentine mosaics, I now understand. All the ...
... a natural and undisturbed forested area in Italy. Although nerve racking at some points (I had a blast - 1st to 3rd gear driving for over an 1 hour!), I recommend this drive to anyone who enjoys mountain views and nature in general. The temperature dropped from about 25 degrees at the bottom of the mountains, to 14 degrees near the top and within the forest, then back to 28 degrees by the time we descended the mountains and ...
... time despite the service and were off for the long ride home. It would take both a writer and photographer far beyond my meager skills to convey the beauty of this countryside. Despite a strong sun, fall is in the air. The grape vines are still bright green with a translucence that glows in the afternoon sun. The olives trees are a dusty silver green. We were higher than the multitude of small hills ...
... stopped in Rifaldi, not Santa Maria Novella ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet