Clarion Hotel Admiral Palace

Viale Giovanni Pascoli 145, Rimini, Emilia-Romagna, 47900, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Viale Giovanni Pascoli 145, Rimini, is near Antica Pescheria di Piazza Cavour, Anfiteatro Romano, Federico Fellini Museum, and Modernissimo.
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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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    ... clear distinct architecture or historical structures. After the undustrial zone in the valley the road winds higher and higher between clusters up homes on the steep mountainside, until I finally reach a church which, I suppose, is the "heart of the town"... Not wanting to retrace my steps, I follow a farm alley which I hope will take me back down to the bottom of the mountain. 1621. The Back Side of San Marino (San M 008) Chiesa Nuova, July 29, ...

    Day 4: The Castle

    A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jan 04, 2037

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    ... 8221; a country after all these European countries that I feel I’ve just barely gotten started on… As we approach the border, I suddenly realize why San Marino is an independent country: It’s perched on top of a mountain, defended by vertical cliffs and beyond the reach of arrows or cannons. So before the days of airplanes and modern artillery, this place was practically unconquerable… So during the previous centuries while one by ...

    Day 3: Rimini to San Marino

    A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jan 03, 2037

    28 photos

    ... that like in Italy, the water just runs constantly. Within seconds a passerby comes hurrying over to turn the water off!

    Why? Because here everyone feels they have a responsibility to makes sure things don't get wasted. If someone sees a problem, they don't shrug it off and say "that's the government's problem" or "somebody else can deal with that?"... no... they say "this is my country! that's my precious water that is being wasted!"

    So I wonder... is it too much to ask ...

    Day 2: Rimini

    A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jan 02, 2037

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    ... begging was simply unheard of in Finland)… It was a great chance to talk and learn from a guy with a lot of knowledge about many cultures… I explain to him a bit about my Parkbenching Project, and he likes the idea, so I pull out my guitar and we take turns jamming tunes in a plaza that seems to be very popular with the younger Rimini crowd. Folks around don’t seem to notice us that much-- but it’s still a lot of fun… Finally, late into ...

    Day 1: Crossing the Rubicon

    A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jan 01, 2037

    6 photos

    ... go of it all... lying on he water, staring up into the starry sky. No deadlines. Losing track of time. Unforgettable. Finally I decide to continue on, opting for the lively boardwalk for a change. Packed with restaurants, beach shops and gelaterias. I catch a glimpse of a thought provoking contrast. In a fancy lounge sits a well dressed African immigrant enjoying a pricey coctail with his Italian wife. Meanwhile, another African immigrant ...