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Here we had a few days by the sea and spent time with friends, had great food and wine, slept in a tent for a change. The weather was good. From here we went to the Po delta got bitten at least 20 times by some aggressive mosquito's. Ate on the roadside a good meal in a diner. And made our way up to the Garda lake.
We stayed in a camping site here as ...
... where the democracy meet to run the Republic. There are lots of narrow steep streets with many shops. So atmospheric and beautiful. We then drove to our farm BB which was about 20 mins away in a very rural area that looks completely over San Marino. It was a very rough track for the last km leading up to the farm. The young owners had built the house out of the stones etc from her grandparents house who owned the farm originally. We had two rooms upstairs ...
Our morning of climbing hills was followed by an afternoon of climbing hills, much to Susan and my exertion. Our destination was the smallest independent republic in the world, San Marino. Who knew there is a country within a ...
... The trucks were occasionally heart stopping. Got off that and tried the country again to an interim destination of Bertinoro. The climb was heart pounding so we stayed here for a 60k day. It is a beautiful hilltop and the food delicious. Greg and I are still, happily married. Today was a microcosm of of our life together, highs, lows, uncertainty and everything in between.
... situated in central Italy and it boasts"undisputed pre-eminence on themes regarding peace, freedom and the universal rights of man." Lofty principles no doubt but of more interest to us was the fact that San Marino sits on very steep Mount Titano - 749 meters (yup, meters not feet) up from where we are staying. With lots of encouragement and back-slapping we set off for our 65 km adventure. We started the 11 km climb after about 20km of ...