Foresteria Fondazione Levi
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... at yet another ruined city, Ostica Antica. Back in the day it was Romes' sea port, and as Rome was the centre of the known universe at that time, it was very important and pretty wealthy too.
I managed to find a open site about 10k North of Rome and close to the train station at Prima Porta, only a 20 minute ride into the Centre.
As cliche'd as it might be, It was a real moment to see with my own eyes the sights of Rome. Over two days I ticked off ...
... 409 bridges in Venice. Day 1
We arrived to our hotel – the Hilton Molino Stucky on Giudecca island around 4:30PM. The hotel was gorgeous and has quite the history. The building originally was a 19th century flour mill owned by Goiovanni Stucky. He traded wheat, pasta, and flour internationally and became the richest man in Venice until an employee murdered him. The mill closed in ...
We left Bella Italia around 7am to get a train to Venice. Took a walk to the station, was much quicker than when we arrived. Bought the ticket for the 08h01 train to Verona, then to Venice. Missed the train at 08h01 as the train came at 07h57 and left at 07h59. Trains are normally on the minute. Took the next train at 08h28. Arrived in Verona and took the ...
... code, and print our boarding passes. However, those 20 minutes were the quickest 20 minutes of my life. After finding the kiosks and entering my code, all I got was an error message. Bram and I tried this repeatedly on multiple different machines and tried to ask for help but we ran out of time. So we made a last minute decision to just go ahead and jump on the train anyway. I was about to be sick to my stomach because I was so nervous that we were going to be caught ...
... mall. I was restrained, and only bought some dog booties which I had thought of looking for while I was here. Had yet another pastry for breakfast (must stop that habit!), and then found our way to Sermione.
What a lovely little town this is. There is a castle, and some ruins and neither of these were open on a Monday, but that didn't matter. We took a boat trip around the island (sort of an island, but does have a connection with the mainland) ...