Locanda alla Mano

Address: Via della Repubblica 16/B, Forlimpopoli, Emilia-Romagna, 47034, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Via della Repubblica 16/B, Forlimpopoli, is near Museo Romagnolo del Teatro.
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      Day 5: Backside of the Mountain

      A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jan 05, 2037

      21 photos

      ... to start in San Marino though. It's a couple of euros cheaper to catch a bus to the Italian town of Pietracuta on the other side of San Marino--then I can walk to the mini-country from there. So I'm off... leaving the overdeveloped coastland behind, and into the hill country where I soon spot a hilltop castle... then another... Yep. Don't look at the road or the power lines and you might be able to convince yourself that this is 1413 rather ...

      Day 4: The Castle

      A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jan 04, 2037

      50 photos

      ... to the mountaintop, but figure it’ll make more sense to start at the capital and work my way down. San Marino City is absolutely magical. It’s the only capital in the world I think that preserves that old fortress feel-- as the town really can’t expand much due to the cliffs around it. You have castles within castles with stairways and steep alleys that climb up towards the highest peak of the mountain. Only a couple of streets here and no ...

      Day 3: Rimini to San Marino

      A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jan 03, 2037

      28 photos

      ... on a large scale--it just has lots of small, specialized niche market industries--like ceramics.

      It seems that a diverse economy is the key here--when you have such a small country you don't want to be dependant on one industry that could collapse--and then your fragile little country will be in ruins. San Marino, as small as it is, has a budge surplus.

      I would imagine that in such a small country, leaders are held more accountable. I mean, if your the president or ...

      Day 2: Rimini

      A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jan 02, 2037

      20 photos

      ... not the Se****lia model… Then I take a couple of photos of some of the old cathedrals and the Main plazas… I’m tickled to see a list of Rimini’s sister cities and see “Ziguinchor, Senegal” on the list… No disrespect for Ziguinchor (which I visited back in 2004) but I think Rimini is a little out of your league… Then around on the north side of town where I come upon an authentic Roman bridge-- that’s still in use! ...

      Day 1: Crossing the Rubicon

      A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jan 01, 2037

      6 photos

      ... town. Here I take a break from the boardwalk and head down for a barefoot hike along the endless beach. Darkness is setting in, but I have nothing to worry about... I've already done my Balleria video clip and I don't have to think about missing the last train... I'm going to walk to my hostel in Rimini. Once it's dark I can safely leave my guitar and camera on a rocky tide breaker and float out into the water for a magical nighttime swim. ...