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... stopped on the side of a deserted road admiring the views of Italy in every direction, west through Tuscany, east to the Adriatic Sea, south towards Rome and north towards Florence. It was beautiful, all of it. But it had to come to an end eventually and when we crossed the border into San Marino we were not dissappointed. We found a gorgeous, well maintained country that was obviously doing much better for itself than ...
... out on what Rimini has to offer!
So we thought after San Marino we would make an effort to check out Rimini and we are glad we did! The center city used to be an old Roman town that was quite wealthy. We also found a memorial to the Canadian soldiers who liberated the city in WWII. There is still one gate remaining aprox 2000 years old that used to be part of the old city walls. Near all the old Roman ruins was information ...
Ok so San Marino.
it was a choice of up the road to Florence, about four hours, or over the mountains to San Marino, five hours.
Obvious really, seen Florence before, and oh those mountains were calling.
The ride over was just as much fun, just as bendy, and the stops were good too.
Decided when I got to the top of a hill and saw the views, as there was a restaurant right there, it made sense to stop.
It was a place called Montefiascone.
The restaurant and hotel ...
Jesses amazing birthday dinner Bread baskets Green bar Camachos house Extremely hot loft Doms under bed Walls around Fano Medieval and roman archways Luis's house Campground pad Beach Guy with kites on the beach Jesse driving to the liddle Night market No goose Isa arriving Luis's families mad veggie garden Villa della rosa, vip party Marccello & Cristina's Sunday dinner Christine's father fishing yarn (During the war, allies dropped ammunition along the coast and after the war ...
... to be - some people just have no idea!
Annette paid the bill and joined me in the garage to push the bikes up the ramp from the garage. That is when we knew it was going to be a warm day. We followed the directions of the lady at reception and made our way out of Pesaro. We had a ride of between 60 and 70km ahead of us.
The first 7km was on a flat road that wound its way between two hillsides. At the 7km mark we noticed that the ...