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Travel Blogs from Miramare Di Rimini
... the 14th century and famous for among other people Lucrezia Borgias, the feeling of history you get walking through this building is nothing short of amazing, I love Australia but the one thing we true lack is real history and the sense that major events have happened in these places. Standing in a torture chamber and knowing the shear misery that had been inflicted here while just a short distance away are the magnificent living areas of those ordering ...
... we traveled through four different provinces today (Puglia, Abruzzi, Marche and Emilio Romana). We arrived at our destination, Rivazzurra, two blocks from the Adriatoc coast at around 16:00. We had no trouble finding our quirky, but lovely little hotel. We checked in and were on our way to explore the Old City in Rimini by 17:00. Being Sunday, we found parking close to the western gate of the old city wall. The main promenade - again pedestrian ...
... were spent mostly walking and exploring, at least today I knew the corner I wanted to be on for warmup and in one of those pieces of good luck I could not have chosen a better place to be...
Tonight it will be relax and catchup with some friends, tomorrow, well that I'm not completely sure but I think I might try to slip into tourist mode for a ...
... The rest had to press on. The three of us stood there in the dark, ****-scarred while Mark fixed his puncture in the dark. Geoff, the Scottish Athiest was quietly searching for god.
Unknown to us at the time, the group up ahead had stopped, but without the benefit of a breakdown bay. They had pressed themselves against the wall of the tunnel. Felice took command and asked them to push on. He rode back to us, in ...
... on one descent). The most impressive piece of bike handling that I saw was him was at the start of a descent, sit up on his bike, no hands on bars, put his wind jacket on back to front and zip it up, all done while descending and cornering around 45k's an hour. Amazing to see the bike handling skills of these people.
We were joined for one ride by Claudio Chiappucci who has won various Tour de France and Giro hill ...
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility