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Travel Blogs from Rimini
... the 14th century and famous for among other people Lucrezia Borgias, the feeling of history you get walking through this building is nothing short of amazing, I love Australia but the one thing we true lack is real history and the sense that major events have happened in these places. Standing in a torture chamber and knowing the shear misery that had been inflicted here while just a short distance away are the magnificent living areas of those ordering ...
... we stopped for lunch at a cafe in a small piazza off via Cavour, in the heart of the city. They let us mix tasting of the daily menu offerings, so we had octopus and potatoes, ravioli with basil, pasta with shrimp and zucchini, and some roasted vegetables (sweet peppers and eggplant). It was delicious! Now getting towards 15:00, it was time to hit the road and find our lodging for the next three nights. We had 200 km to travel to reach Santa Maria di Sala, outside of ...
... unassuming, the Cathedral interior was inspiring for its simplicity and intimate size. Realizing we still had 400 km to cover we headed back to the car and hit the road by 12:00. We took the provincial road along the coast for the next 100 km or so to Pescara, enjoying the views of the Adriatic Sea and southern Apenine Mountains. We got through Pescara by 14:30, then returned to the autostrada for the last 200 km (hour and a half). Having started ...
One race down, two more still to go...
Misano has been fantastic, I can't say that it is one of the great tracks in the world to shoot, it is fairly flat which isn't the most inviting, but the bike, the atmosphere, the racing has been awesome.
It has taken me until today to start to feeling really comfortable with the track, the first ...
... Claudio Chiapucci, catch up with us. He was riding down from Rimini and heading to the same hills as us.
Casually cruising up the hill, chatting away, the group thinned out as holding on at their speed became increasingly difficult. First stop was a regroup at Urbino for coffee.
We then descended towards the gorge. A landslide the previous night had closed the road. Barricades had been put across the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed