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Those of you who know us well will understand straight away why this entry is named this way. It is not our age, or how many gelatis Greg has had on this trip and not even a secret code. For those who don't know us so well - all will be revealed.
The focus for our visit to this area is to attend the World Superbikes at Imola on the weekend. BUT what motorbike rider could come to this area and not have another focus?
So, Sandra ...
... I'd say she is spot on because the whole of the beachfront is one hotel after another. Between the hotels many restaurants and cafes are getting ready to greet the summer tourists - people are painting walls, planting flowers and generally tidying up for the expected influx in a few weeks - glad we won't be here then!
Two claims to fame belong to Pesaro. Rossini, the composer was born here in 1792 - he is known as the "Swan of Pesaro" and many streets, restaurants and ...
The Sunflower City Hostel is very much designed for late-night people, but not so much for people who want to get going in the morning. I got up, dressed, packed, and was ready to use the internet until the front desk and breakfast opened, but they close their computer/entertainment room area as well when they close for the night. Stuff doesn't reopen until 8am (which I knew about breakfast and the front desk, but not about the other stuff). Oh well.
... the people of the Island.
Anyway, back to the mainland, and it was time to head towards the Peloponnese. To get to the Peloponnese, you have to cross the Corinth Canal, which was built in 1800s and sent several companies broke, and because it is so unbelievably narrow, these days it can only be used by tourist cruise boats, whereas it was built to provide a shipping channel between the Gulf of Corinth and the Saronic Gulf. We also spent an afternoon ...
... see the atractions of a holiday, or even a residence, here.
After a pleasant breakfast of fruit, yoghurt, some ham and cheese, washed down with the usual orange juice and coffee, we set off for the ducal palace, which is the dominant building of the town. A huge palatial structure dating to the early 14th century when the Duke of Montepelfre was the man in charge of this region of Italy. It is also ...