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Travel Blogs from Rimini
... is striking.
Looking out from the castle walls, set high above the surrounding countryside, the views are nothing short of breathtaking then having a coffee in one of the small cafes in the streets of the old town below the castle gave time to reflect and think of the events that had taken place, the battles, the family lives, all over half a millennium ago.
We returned via Tavullia, and while I am not a Rossi fan it was still nice ...
... for the bus!" It was 11:00 by the time we arrived at our stop for the day - Ravenna. A city is known for its mosaics, it is also the burial place of the poet Dante Alighieri. We had plans to visit several of these sites. The friendly lady at the tourism office was quite helpful and spoke English quite well! Our tour through the old city took us through the Porto Serrata in the north, past the Basilica/Duomo and onto the main square (Piazza del Popolo). From there we went ...
... Castello and Cathedral. Sunday mornings can be quite charming in Italy. Often the main street is closed to traffic. So people stroll up and down, sit at side walk cafes to sip expresso, and just stand around to chat. We walked the length of the street down to the water front, where Fredrick II built his castle/fortress overlooking the Adriatic. We wandered along wall that traces the waterfront, then through the alleyways up to the Piazza del ...
... were spent mostly walking and exploring, at least today I knew the corner I wanted to be on for warmup and in one of those pieces of good luck I could not have chosen a better place to be...
Tonight it will be relax and catchup with some friends, tomorrow, well that I'm not completely sure but I think I might try to slip into tourist mode for a ...
10 of us started off from the beach in the race pace/ lunch ride. Todays plan was to ride up into the hills through the hilltop town of Urbino, down through a gorge and to lunch, and then back. About 115km.
2 or 3 km into the ride, Felice, who had been busy on the phone in one hand and holding up his other to stop traffic at roundabouts - you've got to love Italian riding - advised that we should stop to let ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
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