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... in Catolica, only about 5km from our hotel but he lived in Coriano. This town was included in our ride home from San Marino. It is obvious as you ride through Coriano that Simoncelli was well loved. Flags fly from the lamp posts and there are several memorials in the town to him. The race track at Misano - just up the road has also been renamed after him. A fitting memorial for a very memorable rider and character.
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... 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 ...
... the rocks.
In order to return to the main city without getting lost, I had to go back up to get down. I'm not crazy out of shape, but San Marino is steep, and I was feeling it, so I was glad to sit down for lunch.
... very first Italian translation of Dante's Divine Comedy.
After our library visit we toured some historical landmarks, viewing more art at each of eight locations. By and large, these were mosaics, which I'd never even heard of prior to my travels. They were magnificent.
By the end of the day, I visited at least two more vending machines. You know, quality control.
... Archaeologists in the 1800s, the excavation work exposed some really interesting things and this is being continued by the Greeks.
But our next big ticket item for MJ is the Battle of Thermopolis! OK, who saw the movie “300”? Yes, this was based on the final battle at Thermopolis and if you every studied Ancient History, then you would have read about the Persian Wars and King Xerxes. Yes, this was all at Thermopolis and there are monuments ...