Piccolo Hotel Umberto a Mare
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... his nephew Giulio II (1503-1513), Savona entered into its most intense period in history called "Roveresco Renaissance". During this time numerous building works changed the face of this city, which are credited with influencing some of the monumental characteristics of structures in Rome. Sisto IV ordered the erection of the Sistine Chapel in Savona in 1481 to house his parents tomb. It is not nearly as large nor ornate as the chapel in Rome but, nonetheless, a beautiful ...
We are at sea today writing this portion of the blog as we head for Casablanca, Morocco on the northwest coast of Africa. Savona was a surprisingly delightful Italian port city. Most passengers disembarked, having come to the end of their cruise to Istanbul. Many more passengers embarked so the ship is full for the voyage to Argentina. English-speaking people are few and far between. We are relaxed and happy. Here is a glimpse of Savona from our ...
So we arrived at the campsite at Imperia with another problem with the Alarm Siren Sounding and the Engine Immobiliser kicking in... We now have 3 problems still to sort out, the Fiat Speedometer, Kitchen Tap and the Alarm..! Claim with Amex being processed for the Water Diesel and the repair from the Fiat Dealer to flush the system and just to keep everything ticking along also contacted AGIP Service Stations HQ... Can't do any ...
... Florence in to one day! The uffizzi in itself warrants a whole day to appreciate the immense amount of art work they have on display! In order to avoid queing for hours we had pretty booked time slots for both museums, uffizzi in the morning, academy in the afternoon, so we couldn't really change plans. After an immense morning at the uffizzi, we were pretty exhausted, and not to say suffering with achey feet. Not sure what to expect from the academy, we made ...
... busy and we had to pay tolls every few Km's. The scenery was spectacular. The roads are right up high and you look down onto the water and mountains below. We passed through tunnel after tunnel and then there was more scenery. We got off the tollway to make our way to the campsite. For some stupid reason both Navigators told us to go down this tiny one way gravel road which was like a service road that lead to people's properties. We pulled over when we realised ...