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... take a shower… do some grocery shopping and take my very first swim in the Adriatic Sea… Then I take a long walk along the crowded boardwalk, just enjoying my new “home”… God bless this tourist trap town… After hiking way down the coast, I decide to cross under the railway and head back into town through a run of the mill residential neighbourhood. But just as I’m nearing my hostel, I figure I’ll go ahead and take a ...
... high up in the Apennines Mountains. I went on the perfect sunny fall day. San Marino is noted as a medieval city and its three huge watch towers on the edge of the mountain. I was able to go through the main tower and got the most beautiful views. Oddly enough while we were there I noticed some faint medieval music ...
... South along the Adriatic coast for about a hundred miles. We arrived at our hotel just South of the Port town of Ancona in an area known as Portonuovo which has a commanding view of the sea from a bluff. The wind howls up here and should make for a noisy night. The hotel is devoid of people save a few that we saw in the lounge area. Not surprising given both its remote location and the time of year. Very quite except.....for the wind. All in all a very enjoyable day.
... waters. There were plenty of oil rigs scattered about in the distant water. There was a haze in the distance limiting visibility. After a bit we walked our bikes back to the path and continued on towards the lighthouse on the pier at the marina.
Upon arriving we found the lighthouse was occupied by tenants (used for housing) and the waterfront plaza was like a ghost town. We rode around a bit then headed towards the ferry to check it ...
... of the mosaics look like paintings. The tiles themselves range from a quarter inch to half inch for images of religious figure. Larger tiles for floors. The size and number of mosaics is really impressive and must have taken a long time to complete. Kathy took a lot of photos of the sites we visited.
Once done with the "mosaic March" we visited the tomb of Dante of "Inferno" fame. And of course we strolled most of ...