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... Pietracuta isn't really that special--as I find out later it's just a frazione of the Communi di San Leo--so I'm missing the "heart" of this town. Oh well... today San Marino is my priority. I head west, pausing for a video clip with a narrow cultivated valley and a dense forest on yonder ridge with a castle on the top. It is tempting... Around the bend, in the middle of a wheat field it is... two arches are all that remains of a ancient aqueduct. ...
... place to visit… but it might get pretty boring to actually live in San Marino… I continue on through a large park… I’m tempted to join a couple fellows in a volleyball game-- another great way to hook up with the locals, but I decide to just keep on going. Not much history to Dogama-- I opt to use San Marino’s “World Trade Center” as my backdrop… Two half spherical 10 story office buildings-- the closest thing ...
... on a large scale--it just has lots of small, specialized niche market industries--like ceramics.
It seems that a diverse economy is the key here--when you have such a small country you don't want to be dependant on one industry that could collapse--and then your fragile little country will be in ruins. San Marino, as small as it is, has a budge surplus.
I would imagine that in such a small country, leaders are held more accountable. I mean, if your the president or ...
... dictatorship was the only period since the Roman Empire that Italians were truly united with a strong sense of nationalism…” I had to ponder on that response for a long time. It seems to be a theme I’ve seen all throughout Italy, this sense of a fragmented country where people feel they have little in common with each other. Italy has been a united nation for only 150 years, which is nothing compared to say, France, Spain, or England. I guess ...
... crossing a stream. What? Really? Yep, it's the Rubicon. Back in 2009 "crossing the Rubicon" in Savegnano was a chance for me to reflect on my life, how far I've gone, and what things I'll never turn back to again. Now, 4 years later I "cross the Rubicon" again--this time as a part of a Superhike... so I have a chance to ponder on how far I've gone since 2009. Back in 2009 my Global Parkbench Tour was just 2 years old. I was still working out ...