- Shuttle bus service
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1617. Crossing the Rubicon--Again (Ita 179) Gatteo sul Mare, July 28, 2013, Day 250 3 hrs, 4 kms Next I head down to Rimini, Italy's party town. I would expect the hostels to be booked way in advance at this time of year--but no, there's plenty of room. I book for 3 nights. Why? Well, I'm planning on finishing a Superhike here and Rimini is going to be my base. This will be my "San Marino Superhike" in which I'm going to finish exploring every town ...
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... from Francis Meres' Palladis Tamia (1598), which makes reference to twelve of Shakespeare's plays.
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