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... if you are a small, weak country--don't get too ambitious and greedy when your neighbors are down on the their luck. Someday they will be strong again and they will remember what you did to them--chances are they will take back whatever you took from them... and more... they might just choose to wipe you out completely. San Marino knew that gaining new territory, although nice in the short run, could lead to extermination in the long run. I ...
... to the mountaintop, but figure it’ll make more sense to start at the capital and work my way down. San Marino City is absolutely magical. It’s the only capital in the world I think that preserves that old fortress feel-- as the town really can’t expand much due to the cliffs around it. You have castles within castles with stairways and steep alleys that climb up towards the highest peak of the mountain. Only a couple of streets here and no ...
... San Marino.
1625. End of the San Marino Superhike (Italy 283)
Coriano, July 30, 2013, Day 252
6 hrs, 19.4 kms
Day Totals: 16 hrs, 33.4 kms
Crossing into Italy is immediately obvious. The road gets worse, and the path in the woods running parallel to it ends. Trash appears by the side of the road. Gone is the feel of "this is our little country and we all must work together to make it work"... sigh...
Again, I find myself in a frazione of a town, not ...
... at the Old City. This is Saturday evening after all, and I suspect that that’s where the excitement might be… At first I don’t see a lot going on… just a plaza turned into a parking lot, but then I see a crowd of people in an alley up ahead… I go closer to see and find… One of the coolest bands I’ve ever heard. I’m not sure what you’d call the style-- It’s like polka meets flamenco meets heavy metal… ...
... go of it all... lying on he water, staring up into the starry sky. No deadlines. Losing track of time. Unforgettable. Finally I decide to continue on, opting for the lively boardwalk for a change. Packed with restaurants, beach shops and gelaterias. I catch a glimpse of a thought provoking contrast. In a fancy lounge sits a well dressed African immigrant enjoying a pricey coctail with his Italian wife. Meanwhile, another African immigrant ...