Hotel Villa Perazzini
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... with Mount Titano in the background, then wander through the quiet hilltop village of Chiesanuova. 1622. Caught in the Rain (San M 009) Fiorentino, July 29, 2013, Day 251 5 hrs, 11.9 kms Day totals: 16 hrs, 25.7 kms From Chiesanuova I follow a winding road downhill. Suddenly I see an ominous sign... a cold wind and a storm cloud approaching. Unfortunately I left my umbrella and raincoat at the hostel and there's nowhere to hide. The best I can ...
... far, far below… I continue on to the second castle, and along the narrow ridge to the third-- which is little more than a tower… Then I head on back… It looks like there’s a footpath down the cliff so I go to check it out. It takes me through a slit between two huge rocks and to the bottom of a cliff popular with rock climbers… But I can’t go any further down, so I climb back up to the top ridge. I wander around San Marino ...
... San Marino.
1625. End of the San Marino Superhike (Italy 283)
Coriano, July 30, 2013, Day 252
6 hrs, 19.4 kms
Day Totals: 16 hrs, 33.4 kms
Crossing into Italy is immediately obvious. The road gets worse, and the path in the woods running parallel to it ends. Trash appears by the side of the road. Gone is the feel of "this is our little country and we all must work together to make it work"... sigh...
Again, I find myself in a frazione of a town, not ...
... begging was simply unheard of in Finland)… It was a great chance to talk and learn from a guy with a lot of knowledge about many cultures… I explain to him a bit about my Parkbenching Project, and he likes the idea, so I pull out my guitar and we take turns jamming tunes in a plaza that seems to be very popular with the younger Rimini crowd. Folks around don’t seem to notice us that much-- but it’s still a lot of fun… Finally, late into ...
... tiny country of San Marino. At a mere 62 square kilometers, the hike is going to have to spill into Italy to reach the 100 kilometer minimum... which won't be a problem. Rimini is a cool city too and I'm glad to include it in my Superhike. Today I only have a few hours left of daylight, so there's not point in heading up to San Marino today. Instead I'm going to hop on a train up the coast and wander through a couple of beach towns. Beach towns on ...