Mamiani Hotel Urbino

Via Bernini 6, Urbino, Marche, 61100, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Via Bernini 6, Urbino, is near San Leo, Casa Natale di Raffaello, Duomo, and Sassocorvaro.
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    Travel Blogs from Urbino

    Day 5: Backside of the Mountain

    A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jan 05, 2037

    21 photos

    ... Pietracuta isn't really that special--as I find out later it's just a frazione of the Communi di San Leo--so I'm missing the "heart" of this town. Oh well... today San Marino is my priority. I head west, pausing for a video clip with a narrow cultivated valley and a dense forest on yonder ridge with a castle on the top. It is tempting... Around the bend, in the middle of a wheat field it is... two arches are all that remains of a ancient aqueduct. ...

    Day 4: The Castle

    A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jan 04, 2037

    50 photos

    ... to explore-- but it’s still fun, with a stairway where you can climb up to the tower for the view. Not far away, I can hear the cheers from a football stadium-- I assume the only one in San Marino… I’ve noticed signs showing many Sanmarinenses support nearby Italian teams-- but I imagine they love their national team a lot more… It’s clear folks here are very proud of their little country… 0526 San Marino’s World ...

    Day 3: Rimini to San Marino

    A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jan 03, 2037

    28 photos

    ... on a large scale--it just has lots of small, specialized niche market industries--like ceramics.

    It seems that a diverse economy is the key here--when you have such a small country you don't want to be dependant on one industry that could collapse--and then your fragile little country will be in ruins. San Marino, as small as it is, has a budge surplus.

    I would imagine that in such a small country, leaders are held more accountable. I mean, if your the president or ...

    Day 2: Rimini

    A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jan 02, 2037

    20 photos

    ... to love the complexity and confusion of this land-- and admire its progress and the great accomplishments of its people in recent history, despite the huge barriers there are between them. And I guess I can understand a bit better why people would follow a guy like Mussolini who was able to instill in theM this sense of grandeur and unity that had been lost for 1500 years… Anyways… Back into town, I reach the castle, which is a pretty impressive ...

    Day 1: Crossing the Rubicon

    A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jan 01, 2037

    6 photos

    ... back a foot in sych--one young couple is very good, and keeps going as the music gets faster and faster. Refreshing to see the new generation carrying on a tradition. Hey, who says beach towns don't have "culture"? Finally I reach the marina of Rimini. Unfortunately there's no bridge here, just a ferry. If I take the ferry, my "trail of footprints will be interrupted messing up my Superhike. So I have to backtrack until I find a bridge. Rules are ...