Le Meridien Rimini
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... 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 ...
We awoke to clear, sunny skies and temperatures in the upper teens (mid 60s F). Our stay at Aubergo il Giardino was lovely, but we had 500 km (300 miles) we needed to cover today, so we were on the road by 9:15. We planned to make a stop along the way, and despite the fact that it was relatively nearby, we chose Termoli over Pescara, Ancona and San Mareno. By 10:30 we made our way to Termoli and stopped for a mid morning coffee and then headed off to ...
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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