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... all street lights have a Rossi flag flying from them and even the Armco railing is wrapped in a banner of repeated 46's. We parked the bike in the main street right outside the official office of the Valentino Rossi Fan Club. After checking out the memorabilia in the office we moved on to the Official Store for a look. Kerrie bought herself a 46 sticker for her Vespa and then it was morning tea time. We went across to the "da Rossi" ...
... Panoramica Adriatica which is road through Parco San Bartolo. This is where Valentino Rossi and his friends would ride their scooters as teenagers to improve their skills. The road winds through the national park with sweeping curves and coastal views - apparently. When we rode it, there was so much fog that we mainly saw the road in front of us and a few bushes beside us. Hopefully we get to ride it again on our day trip to San Marino and the fog might be gone!
... 12.8000001907349px; line-height: normal;">From there, it was time to head to the bus to San Marino, which picks up from by the main train station.
I was surprised that we couldn't see San Marino for quite a significant part of the ride. I expected to be able to see a mountain from afar. When we did see it- wow. It's this huge cliff that just juts out.
... very first Italian translation of Dante's Divine Comedy.
After our library visit we toured some historical landmarks, viewing more art at each of eight locations. By and large, these were mosaics, which I'd never even heard of prior to my travels. They were magnificent.
By the end of the day, I visited at least two more vending machines. You know, quality control.
... has three main mobile phone providers – Vodaphone, Wind and someone else. We didn't want Vodaphone so settled for Wind, and boy did we get a good deal. We bought a SIM card with minutes and texts, but also 23Mb of data for less than 30 Euros!! And we could Hot Spot our iPads, too! So it was back to the campsite and we got busy downloading maps.
If you are interested, the App is called "Pocket Earth Pro" and it costs a couple of dollars to buy, but ...