Hotel Atlas

Address: viale catalani 28 , Riccione, Emilia-Romagna, Italy | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on viale catalani 28 , Riccione, is near Fiabilandia, Indiana Golf, Garden Sporting Center, and Anfiteatro Romano.
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Travel Blogs from Riccione

VR 46 SUPER SIC 58

A travel blog entry by turkey_to_tt on May 06, 2015

3 comments, 24 photos

... of postcards of Tavullia and after 'doctoring' them with a couple of stickers we were ready to ride on.

I guess we will have to wait until be attend the MotoGP at Bruno in August to get a glimpse of Valentino in the flesh!

Not only is this Valentino country, but also the area where Marco Simoncelli was born and lived. For those that may not be aware of this name, Marco died tragically in the Malaysian MotoGP in 2011. Marco ...

We do like to be beside the seaside in Pesaro

A travel blog entry by turkey_to_tt on May 05, 2015

1 comment, 29 photos

... to have another ride along the Strada Panoramica Adriatica through Gabicce Mare hoping to see some of the great views. What a difference a day makes! No fog today. We rode passed a fort that we didn't even see yesterday.

On the way back to Pesaro we stopped at a supermarket to stock up on goodies for dinner. We are now sitting on our hotel balcony eating olives, cheese and pringle chips as we sip on a glass of Rose. Life is good!

Off to the superbikes at Imola ...

Steps of San Marino

A travel blog entry by spsadventures on Apr 23, 2015

17 photos

... cliffside and the tower, it's pretty impossible to attack. Any archers at the top would have hours to pick off any soldiers that tried scaling it. The soldiers would have a very difficult time climbing and not falling, and by the time they got to the top, they'd be so tired they would just roll over and beg for mercy. From this view, it's obvious why San Marino has been able to maintain independence.

GREECE IS THE WORD!

A travel blog entry by nickandmaryjane on Jan 12, 2015

55 photos

... to cook a meal for us. But we always had a choice of one dish – first day was Greek spaghetti (??) and the next day, they had some fresh octopus for Nick and they cooked me a piece of chicken. We had fried potatoes with every meal. In this particular restaurant, the host was in his late 80’s and never moved quickly. He spoke very little English and we speak no Greek, but we managed to work things out.

Whilst the weather wasn’t great, ...

What a difference a day makes!

A travel blog entry by michaeljay on Jan 02, 2015

1 comment, 8 photos

... the National Art Gallery of Urbino, and Joy is doing a separate entry for this - she having spent almost six hours drooling over the building and its amazing art works. Even Michael's talents for turning a phrase blanched at the prospect of describing this to you!

As the day was so fine and sunny, and he had seen enough of the art, Michael decided to take a walk around the town, Literally around it, ...