Atlantic Hotel Riccione
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... in Catolica, only about 5km from our hotel but he lived in Coriano. This town was included in our ride home from San Marino. It is obvious as you ride through Coriano that Simoncelli was well loved. Flags fly from the lamp posts and there are several memorials in the town to him. The race track at Misano - just up the road has also been renamed after him. A fitting memorial for a very memorable rider and character.
R.I.P Super Sic 58
Happy birthday to our eldest son Stephen, we hope it is a good one.
After leaving Siena, we rode cross country to Pesaro. The ride was about 250km - one of our longest yet - we really have been taking it easy! The scenery changed as we rode east from the pencil pines of Tuscany to the lush green pastures of Umbria. We arrived in Pesaro, in the province of Marche, about 2pm and set out to have a look at the town. Greg says he has finally found an Italian city he could live ...
... Rimini, and didn't see a stop right across the road. So, I asked the nice guy in my best Spanish where the bus to Rimini was. After much pointing at the sign and English and more Spanish, I finally gave up and asked some other guys, who were able to direct me down the road a minute to a circle where I saw the sign for a bus stop.
I caught the bus back to ...
... There we found a Temple to Zeus (or the remains of said temple), an Amphitheatre, a Temple to Asclepios, and then walking through the ancient city, there were bathhouses, old houses with mosaics, and all sorts of interesting stuff. Though, when you are walking around an ancient city, you have to have a pretty good imagination to see what used to be there because these days, all that seems to be left are the foundations. But courtesy of the start made by German ...
... plus years old for the most part. It took us a moment to work out why this was so. It's not just the cleanliness of the buildings and streets, though this helps of course, it's because Urbino sits on a hill, and is alternately washed by the rain (and snow) and polished by the bright summer sun. Plus, there are few cars, and fewer chimneys, so there is little or no air pollution. Once you realise this, it is ...