L'Albero Guest House

Via Morandi 1, Rimini, Emilia-Romagna, Italy | Hostel
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Location

This hostel, located on Via Morandi 1, Rimini, is near Piazza Cavour, Antica Pescheria di Piazza Cavour, Castel Sismondo, and Anfiteatro Romano.
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Travel Blogs from Rimini

Day 5: Backside of the Mountain

A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jan 05, 2037

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... press against the wall of a house--just hoping my camera and guitar won't get soaked... and I won't catch a bad cold from this sudden switch from hot to cold weather. Finally the rain lightens a bit, so I hurry on to the next town of Fiorentino, where I find a gazebo at a park where I can play my next parkbench concert out of the rain. Fiorentino, again, is more of a scattering of houses and modern buildings on the steep slopes of Moutn Titano. I ...

Day 4: The Castle

A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jan 04, 2037

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... little historical village with a cable car ride up to the capital. It feels a bit like an Italian village, but with the cliffs always dominating the skyline, and flags and other reminders about, you can’t forget that you’re in San Marino. I reach a arched portico stretch with an antiques sale going on-- folk selling everything from World War II era newspapers to old houseware… I continue on through the town to where I find something ...

Day 3: Rimini to San Marino

A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jan 03, 2037

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... with me, telling me about her son--also a world traveller, who is now working in Cambodia. Her other son is also going to work abroad.

"There are very few jobs here--and they are mostly unstable job in the tourism sector... and even that isn't going well... the only thing that has saved us are the Russian tourists. Without them, Rimini would be in big trouble...

Once again Italy is turning into a country of emigrants, with many of its youth seeking better opportunities ...

Day 2: Rimini

A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jan 02, 2037

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... to love the complexity and confusion of this land-- and admire its progress and the great accomplishments of its people in recent history, despite the huge barriers there are between them. And I guess I can understand a bit better why people would follow a guy like Mussolini who was able to instill in theM this sense of grandeur and unity that had been lost for 1500 years… Anyways… Back into town, I reach the castle, which is a pretty impressive ...

Day 1: Crossing the Rubicon

A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jan 01, 2037

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... crossing a stream. What? Really? Yep, it's the Rubicon. Back in 2009 "crossing the Rubicon" in Savegnano was a chance for me to reflect on my life, how far I've gone, and what things I'll never turn back to again. Now, 4 years later I "cross the Rubicon" again--this time as a part of a Superhike... so I have a chance to ponder on how far I've gone since 2009. Back in 2009 my Global Parkbench Tour was just 2 years old. I was still working out ...