Hotel Sport & Residenza
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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When we began planning this trip, there was only one item on my agenda. This is it. A trip to Forli, Italy, to see the home and fortress, ruled, defended and lost by Caterina Riario Sforza de Medici.
I've read many hundreds, maybe a thousand or so books. Unlike my wife who will read a book over and over and has done so dozens of times, it’s not my way; the number I’ve read a second time can be counted on one hand. The most recent book on that one hand ...
... very top of the rock and you can actually see the Croatian Coast on a clear day. Magnificent views in each direction. Then down to the Basilica which was just gorgeous. White walls with Apple green and duck egg blue colours in the florets. The most beautiful church I have seen. Made even more special as a lady was singing from the balcony beside the organ. Scott and Mikaela then ...
... own bathrooms. It was just such a gorgeous place and view from every angle. Out hostess could speak English reasonably well and was so welcoming. They lived in half the house and had built 4 rooms to rent. They had an excellent kitchen downstairs we could use and she said she was providing breakfast. She suggested we go to the only restaurant in the local town which had great food but was not known by tourists but the locals frequented it. We arrived at 6.30 (we ...
... is running slowly to conserve fuel and we will not dock in Ancona until after 7pm. It is a very boring day.
It is nearly dark when we finally disembark. Charly and K-H try try best to lose me as we head out onto the autostrada. Then it's a blast north, way outside my comfort zone. I have done very little mileage after dark in Europe and find it very ...
... all the kingdoms of Italy were consolidated in 1859, San Marino was high enough, remote enough and audacious enough to hold out. So here we sit drinking prosecco and enjoying the view with the comfort of knowing tomorrow must be ...