Grand Hotel San Marino
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... ride fast in these circumstances. Italian drivers take no prisoners.
I almost sail past the services where the other two have pulled in. But I just manage to spot a taillight and veer from the outside lane, to the slip road and pull up behind them. It seems they have decided not to carry on to Sud Tirol (it is another 500km) and have decide to stop for the ...
Left Rijeka and head for San Marino, travelling thru Slovenia and onto our coffee stop Trieste, a Italy. In time for 9.30 mass at St. Antonio's cathedral. The onto our two night stay at the Medieval Hill Top city. In a few words, fantastic and historical. Great food great accommodation and great atmosphere. Hotel Cesar was our stay both room and restaurant fantastic. Our with its own large balcony, overlooking the ...
... with several shops selling replica guns, and switch-blades, or flick-knives. Cath wouldn't let me buy a camouflage flick-knife. No fun at all.
The walled city of San Marino is built on a mountain top so walking around means up and down the old stone streets. Good exercise. Our hotel had given us a San Marino card which gave us discounts on the entry fees to towers 1 & 2 and the San Marino Museum. The ...
... only. I decided not to purchase the 9 Euro ticket for entrance to 3 churches (since I’d seen these back in 2005) and instead wandered on my own. Piazza del Popolo is beautiful and several other piazzas as well. Outside of a church they were having demonstrations of life in medieval times; tables were set up with people dressed in period costumes showing different aspects of life like children’s play ...
... up their canopies. There are interesting little nuggets hidden in these alleyways. In one little piazza, is a plaque with the number of people who voted in favor of a republic versus a monarchy back when Italy was united into one country: 5536 to 1442... I continue on down the road, through modern Sansepolcro and along the straight road to Citta del Castello. Here I come across an interesting sign: "Benvenuti a la Repubblica ...