Tomorrow I’m off on a blogging tour to Cesenatico, a port town on the Adriatic coast of Italy.
I’ll be part of a group of a contingent of 30 non Italian bloggers who’ve been invited for a long weekend to this seaside town which happens to have a canal designed by none other than the great Leonardo Da Vinci.
The organizers of the trip will be showing us what Cesenatico has to offer to tourists and we will photograph, tweet, Facebook, Pinterest etc etc and then write about our experiences. It should be fun.
I’ll be staying at the modern beach front Hotel San Pietro which, I was happy to note, has free wifi! It also has a pool and I’m quite a fan of blogging by pools. Hopefully there’s a poolside bar too. The hotel website says there’s a bar near the pool which sounds promising.
Aside from exploring Cesenatico itself, we’ll be:
- cycling along the beach,
- visiting the marine museum,
- eating local cuisine,
- checking out the nightlife,
- seeing the Antiquarium and,
- if the weather holds out, going on a boat trip.
Stop reading, start speaking
Stop translating in your head and start speaking Italian for real with the only audio course that prompt you to speak.
Lots to do and to see so we can all get to know what seaside Cesenatico has to offer.
Here’s where Cesenatico is in Italy:
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I’ll be photographing as much as possible, as well as Tweeting photos via @newsfromitaly and popping images on Instagram and Flickr. I’ll also be making notes on the places we visit via FourSquare. Join me for for a virtual tour of Cesenatico this Friday, Saturday and Sunday!
I’m looking forward to meeting up with a few fellow bloggers who I’ve known virtually for quite a while but have not yet met in the flesh.
The Cesenatico tour will be starting tomorrow, Friday, afternoon.