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Travel Blogs from 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 ...
... on this attraction in our travel guide, but billboards advertising it lined the highway all the way from Rimini to Ravenna - 40 km). We did notice quite a bit more advertising for sex shops, including one that advertised "self service". We did not want to guess what that involved. We also spotted two young ladies with quite the make-up standing along the highway in the middle of nowhere, talking on their cell phones. Dressed in mini skirts, Glenda suggested, "they were ...
... was packed with people for the last night of a weekend street fair. We visited the Piazza Duomo, but mass was in progress, so we made our way back to the Piazza Tre Martirin, then through the Vecchio Pescheria (old fish market) and onto Piazza Cavour, the location of City Hall and several Pallazzos. We had read that Rimini bars had adopted the "appertivo" custom we saw in Florence, Rome and Naples. As we wandered the streets near Vecchio Pescheria ...
One race down, two more still to go...
Misano has been fantastic, I can't say that it is one of the great tracks in the world to shoot, it is fairly flat which isn't the most inviting, but the bike, the atmosphere, the racing has been awesome.
It has taken me until today to start to feeling really comfortable with the track, the first ...
... Claudio Chiapucci, catch up with us. He was riding down from Rimini and heading to the same hills as us.
Casually cruising up the hill, chatting away, the group thinned out as holding on at their speed became increasingly difficult. First stop was a regroup at Urbino for coffee.
We then descended towards the gorge. A landslide the previous night had closed the road. Barricades had been put across the ...
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