We stayed at a nice campground recommended by a young woman in a bar. It was really a full service Italian campground with tent sites, cabins for rent, full bathroom and washing facilities, pool, gourmet restaurant and hotel. From our campsite, we noticed an interesting architectural note on the hotel building.
On Thursday we finally left the hotel corridor behind and found some interesting antique boats being restored in Cesenatico.
When we entered Ravenna we saw that our friend Diana owned a local business.
We found a hotel near the train station and the historical district, cleaned up and headed out into the area. It was a warm evening and the light was just right.
We finished the evening with a spicy meal (yes, spicy) at an Indian/Sri Lankan restaurant next to the hotel. It was great to have chicken and fish curries, mulligatawny stew, papadums, and basmati rice. Tomorrow we go sight seeing in Ravenna.