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Tavullia is about 20km from our hotel in Pesaro. Tavullia's most famous resident is Valentino Rossi.
Valentino rates as one of the most successful Motorbike racers of all time and has the biggest fan club. This is evident at any MotoGP you attend or watch on TV, by the yellow sea of clothing and flags in the crowd. The crowds at MotoGP's cheer every time he rides by whether he is ...
... even a display of Mutoids all over the area - looked like the extras from a film set.
After wandering around for a couple of hours and some lunch we got back on the bike and headed back to our hotel. This time we stuck to the country roads where Greg says the countryside is prettier than Tuscany - I couldn't agree!
The ride back took us through Misano so it was a no brainer that we would go and have a look at the track now named after Marco Simoncelli. We ...
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Breakfast was toast with toppings and cereal with milk, which I ate quickly, so I could check out of the hotel and check out Rimini before I caught the bus to San Marino.
... that we headed down towards Pylos where we were hoping to camp near the Port, but the weather was too extreme – the Police were closing off the streets along the waterfront and the trees were almost blown horizontal! So we went a bit further along the road and found a parking area near a Country Club. There were lots of olive and orange trees in the car park, so we were able to park out of sight of the road and in the morning, I sent Nick out to pick ...
... the old city walls. They separate the old historic town from the much newer one surrounding it now, which has gradually developed over the years. It's not a flat walk, as the wall builders followed the natural contours of the land, but the effort of going up and down is more than rewarded by the views of the hills and mountains (the Appennines we think) which can be seen quite clearly. Hopefully the ...