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... than we expect, because I accurately (for once) crack the one way streets code. In many places we cycle the wrong way with impunity, but in this place the traffic is too busy. This town is large enough for immigrants to have found it, and they, and other people who are short of cash and employment seem to hang out at the station, so we stay close to the bikes and the baggage. Out train is late, and the platform is changed while we wait, so we have to ...
... first shop we notice is a camera shop where I pay E27 for A Nikon branded mini USB. Sarnano is a perfect town for a coffee. A hill town with a labyrinth of tiny curved streets, every building seems to have been restored to perfect condition. After descending from Sarnano the road eventually straightens and more and more commercial and industrial enterprises start to appear. We stop for coffee and pizza a taglia ...
... up towards San Marino. We are in a quiet campground by the sea but access to the sea is via a very steep difficult path which we climbed down and the sea was all wild and foamy and not too pleasant. Kerry tried to throw some large buoys into the water but they just kept coming back in. I am not coming back as a life guard on duty for all these camp grounds. It must be the most boring job ever. I'm sure ...
... We have checked out the beach and its very nice and tomorrow we shall go and check out some of these wee towns scattered around this district. 9th September 2015 Got up a bit later and after breakfast we went riding to Portonovo, a small settlement on the beach. It was 30km of steep hills and amazing scenery. We had a coffee stop and a sausage roll and cream bun before tackling the 5km climb out of Portonovo. I don't think I would have got up the hill otherwise. This coast is ...
... couple days after that. There was a pool, fresh fruit from the garden, and of course, delicious home cooked Italian meals. It was such a fun and relaxing week and we could not be more grateful to have had this opportunity here in Italy. We have been so lucky and we're not sure why, but hoping it ...