Travel Blogs from Cesenatico
So today i had to wake up at 5 (bleh) catch a bus to Pesaro then a train to Rivenna. Most of my day was spent going between churches. Today's story is mostly pictures. Look into Rivenna, its facinating. Buildings from the 5th century! Got to eat gelato at the end. Good ...
... nicely on any mantelpiece.
We had lunch in a restaurant cut into the rock of the city, and then walked around the streets of the old town some more. I was impressed by the San Marino police officer who stops traffic for pedestrians to cross the road at the main gate to the walled city. That is probably the most exciting police job in the country, and they don't even wear guns. It really is the most serene republic!
... s part or sheer luck, our car was at the front of one of the columns -- but of course we didn't know this until we got there). We snacked on some pastries we'd picked up the night before as our breakfast, including what I've come to refer to as Italian chrust. The taste is very similar, as is the texture and the dusting with powdered sugar. The principle difference is that the favors are left as sheets as opposed to cut and twisted in ...
With only one day in San Marino I got an early start after breakfast but unfortunately, the fog is in. I was hoping for a great day with fantastic views from the centre of the town on top of the mountain but not to be. I don the jacket and scale and head for the fort. Spending 4 hours walking up and down little streets and in to towers. Up many stairs. I call it quotes at a cafe for a late lunch and put up one slightly sore ...
... next train to Rimini was in two hours. At least I could sit in McDonald and wait. Leaving at 535. I then realise on the way, that the last bus to San Marino leaves at 610. Bugger. No way I will make it. Taxi it is. 30 minutes and €50 later (thank god I finally remembered my pin) I got to San Mario. Maybe I should have come ...
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