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... of postcards of Tavullia and after 'doctoring' them with a couple of stickers we were ready to ride on.
I guess we will have to wait until be attend the MotoGP at Bruno in August to get a glimpse of Valentino in the flesh!
Not only is this Valentino country, but also the area where Marco Simoncelli was born and lived. For those that may not be aware of this name, Marco died tragically in the Malaysian MotoGP in 2011. Marco ...
... 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 ...
... Rimini, and didn't see a stop right across the road. So, I asked the nice guy in my best Spanish where the bus to Rimini was. After much pointing at the sign and English and more Spanish, I finally gave up and asked some other guys, who were able to direct me down the road a minute to a circle where I saw the sign for a bus stop.
I caught the bus back to ...
... Athens drivers (by a hair) and then settled in to plan what we would be seeing in Athens. Top of the list was the Acropolis – no not the Milk Bar!!
Public transport in Athens was very civilised! You could buy a five-day pass for less than 10 Euros, which would cover buses, trams, Metro as well as suburban trains. You could also buy a multi-pass for four days which would give you access to five different attractions in Athens, so it looks like we ...
... the Ducal Palace (though why she needs alcohol when she is so high on art remains a mystery!) and then returned to the hotel to relax and freshen up before dinner.
Tomorrow we move on to Parma (famous for its cheese) by way of a four hour taxi, bus and train trip. The actual travel time is much less than this, but of course you have to allow for connections etc. Meanwhile, enjoy the blog and the photos ...