Hotel Sporting E Dei Congressi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... as I learn later, geography wasn't San Marino's only secret: they were also shrewd and wise negotiators. When Napoleon invaded present day Italy, one of San Marino's regents managed to become his friend. Not only did Napoleon not invade--he offered to expand San Marino's territory! But the San Marinenses turned down the offer. Why? Because they understood the Don't Push Your Luck Principle--also known as revanchism. Don't Push Your Luck Principle ...
... 20, 2009 Day 256: 2 hours, 3.2 kms I continue on down the main highway a little bit. I’m the only pedestrian walking down it and it seems like there’s a police car going by every few minutes. Then I realize… it’s probably the same car! It must be a rather monotonous job, being a San Marino cop and driving back and forth across the country every 10 minutes! I’m sure they’re wondering what the hell this guy is doing ...
... try to blaze a trail through... give up and turn back... I try another spot... nope. I gaze back at the village high above me, wondering if the entire town is watching the spectacle... I'm determined to make it down to the road--or perish in the undertaking.
I cut through to another field--then another trying again to get through... finally on my fourth try, I find a way through and I'm back on the road again, sweaty and flustered...
Kind of an odd way to end my ...
0521 The Many Faces of Rimini (Ita 046, 09B -146) Rimini, September 19, 2009 Day 255: 5 hours, 14.7—total: 25.1 kms I’m looking forward to Rimini, if for no other reason than that it looks like there’s a 13 Euro hostel here… That’s well within my budget-- in fact, I could actually stay here a while if I wanted to. And that’s a good feeling. After 50 days of feeling that I just have to keep moving all the time, Rimini might end up ...
... and just sort of randomly travelling just to see what I'd find. Now my project is 6 years old, I've Parkbenched 1,617 towns... I have somewhat of a plan for systematically exploring the entire planet... and I've somewhat switched to mainly traveling on foot. So what does "Crossing the Rubicon" mean now? Well, I'd like to say that it means I'm never going to stop the Global Parkbench Tour project until I'm finished... but there's no way I ...