- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... we won't hold that against him and are keen to see how he goes over the next 2 days. Chris, Julie assures she will be back in Felixstowe by the time we pick your bike up on the 22nd.
We settled in to watch the day's activities and decided that we would try and upgrade our tickets so that we could be in the shade for the next two days. The afternoon flew by watching free practice, checking out the paddock (again!) and looking at all the bikes available ...
... East to Pieve Santo Stefano, up to Passo di Viamaggio, across to Montagna and down to Sansepolcro .... we walked through atypical-Tuscan terrain, not a pilgrim in sight, infrequent signage difficult to follow and NO coffee shops! Until ... a geranium-decorated, but closed for siesta, coffee shop revealed itself at Montagna, right on the edge of our exhaustion! Lyn inserted the ear plugs, adopted the foetal position and lay on the cold concrete hoping that a ...
... this blog entry is dedicated to you.
Tavullia is about 20km from our hotel in Pesaro. Tavullia's most famous resident is Valentino Rossi.
Valentino rates as one of the most successful Motorbike racers of all time and has the biggest fan club. This is evident at any MotoGP you attend or watch on TV, by the yellow sea of clothing and flags in the crowd. The crowds at MotoGP's cheer every time he rides by whether he is ...
... in the tower. San Marino is not for those who can't do heights, slopes, or steps.
I paid for entrance to the first tower (4 euro) and would say it's only worth it because I'm here and its something to do. Also, as I started here, I had the whole place to myself for a while. The first tower has a 3-room "museum" with signage in Italian and English. It ...
... 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, ...