Hotel Milton Rimini
How has this hotel rated in the past?
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Milton Rimini
Travel Blogs from Rimini
... not. Even if you are not a Rossi fan you have to admit he is extremely talented, charismatic and a great ambassador for MotoGP. Now, everyone knows that we are Casey Stoner fans but we could not visit this area and not go to Tavullia to see what all the fuss is about and you never know - maybe get lucky enough to meet the great man himself.
As you approach Tavullia you start to get a feeling for the place. Trees are adorned with the ...
... 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 ...
... quickly take you down to Borgo Maggiore, another town in the country of San Marino. Because there's more to San Marino than just San Marino.
Borgo Maggiore looks like the suburbs where real people with non-tourism jobs live and work. There was a church that looked touristy, but there was also a gas station, supermarket, and other stores that didn't ...
... vending machines.
Ravenna was rainy, and a little cold. But it was beautiful. This visit was primarily for a library tour. We went to the Istituzione Biblioteca Classense. There, we saw beautiful artwork, which we would come to learn is a real norm in Italy. Every building contains stunning works of art. We also were provided a bilingual presentation of rare books, ...
... to be set! We also managed to find a shop where I could get a new battery for my watch, and they also did a pressure-test and gave me a 12 month guarantee for about 15 Euros!
We spent about 6 days in Athens and visited the Pantheon (or Acropolis), the Ancient Agora, the Temple of Hephastaie (the Romans called him “Vulcan”) – which is probably the most-intact temple that dates from the Classical Era and it is truly amazing. As we were ...