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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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... I'd say she is spot on because the whole of the beachfront is one hotel after another. Between the hotels many restaurants and cafes are getting ready to greet the summer tourists - people are painting walls, planting flowers and generally tidying up for the expected influx in a few weeks - glad we won't be here then!
Two claims to fame belong to Pesaro. Rossini, the composer was born here in 1792 - he is known as the "Swan of Pesaro" and many streets, restaurants and ...
... had enough time to check out the beach. After all, Rimini is a beach town.
First stop was a gelateria. The lady at the counter said her favorite flavors were nutella and Alabama, so that's what I got. Apparently "Alabama" is the world's best cookies and cream. (It even put the Cookie Monster by Lansdale to shame, and I love that stuff.)
... 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, ...
... 8211; we went to Kea, which is one of the islands that is most popular with Athenians for weekends and it is one of the islands where all the villages are away from the coast (because of pirates!). We also managed to be on Kea during their coldest & wettest winter for 40+ years. We were in Kea when it snowed in Athens which meant that it was windy, cold & wet on the island. And, because it was the week between Christmas & New Year, most of the cafes, ...