Cormoran Hotel

Via Francia, 2 - I, Cattolica, Emilia-Romagna, 47841, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Via Francia, 2 - I, Cattolica, is near Arco d'Augusto and Indiana Golf.
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    Travel Blogs from Cattolica

    Day 5: Backside of the Mountain

    A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jan 05, 2037

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    ... 251 3 hrs, 8 kms The back side of San Marino is quite different from different from the front side. The front side is quite urbanized with town after town leading to the seemingly unconquerable cliff. The backside is more laid back rolling hills--even the slope leading to mountaintop capital doesn't look so difficult to climb, sort of detracting from the theory that San Marino maintained its independence because it was impossible to conquer. ...

    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

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    ... of parliament, you're going to run into your constituents in the supermarket and on the street--so you'll naturally take your job much more seriously. Everybody wants to make this country work--because they know that if they don't their country will either disappear from the map--or turn into a beggar state dependant on it's mother Italy...

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    Day 2: Rimini

    A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jan 02, 2037

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    ... s a beautiful structure with massive carved stones in 5 arches… It’s really cool to see something from the Roman era that is not just ruins… Everything wasn’t quite perfect here in Rimini… I go to a cybercafé where I find that I picked up some sort of virus in my USB and may have lost a bunch of my pictures… I go from one cybercafé to another until finally one helpful Bangladeshi (all of these cafés are run by Bangladeshis for ...

    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 ...