- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the comings and goings into a black hole. There is no way I can unravel all those involvements in this email; it’s going to be my longest yet; if you are interested in the details read the book.
Norma and I visited the Ravaldino Fortress in Forli, the heart of Caterina’s empire. Forli, Italy, is an amazing town, and I don’t say that lightly, I’ve been to a lot of interesting historic places. Although it is another of those places, ...
... time. The water on the lake looked choppy but wasn't anything we hadn't seen before. My team was first up and as I was sparing plus the coach only wanted 16 on the boat, I got to sit out of this practice. As soon as they got onto the race course though,the wind really picked up and the water got choppier. My team managed well on the water but even then, they came back in early. Being two days from the start of competition, there were many other teams out on ...
Went to the beach next to the camping place which is just across the road. It is a bit ****. The water is cold and you have to pay for umbrellas on the beach. We walked for a few kms and played until it started raining. We continued playing in the rain on the swings. I made pasta bolognaise with my ...
Here we are in Rimini, Italy, a town ruled by the powerful Malatesta family. We met with some Venetian bankers over a type of flatbread that is covered with a variety of tomatoes and cheeses. After we decided on the terms of our deal, we headed to a port where we saw the marvelous spectacle of a ship with not one, but TWO masts upon its deck. While ...
... open for the sales - but down a little side street, we found a UNESCO World heritage listed Baptistery.
Ravenna was, in the 5th century, the seat of the Western Roman Empire (Rome was in decline by then) and it was here that the church battled about the relative importance of Jesus and God. . The Arians believed that Jesus didn't always exist, as he was created by the Father, and therefore Jesus was subordinate in power to God the Father and ...