TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Marinella Miramare Di Rimini
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... 17% income tax and the town itself is one of the most well maintained and cared for places we have seen in Italy. It might only be a small country, really it's only a small town, but it is most definitely beautiful. The road from Saturnia to San Marino had to be one of the nicest drives we have done so far. With no autostrada to follow and no direct route Google kindly took us on one of the most scenic drives through Italy. We ...
... sites in Italian and English which was great! We walked past the various sites the hostel guy had circled on the map ending at the Tiberius Bridge which is 2000 years old and still in use today! Up close it did not look like the most sturdious bridge but still impressive to see.
After that we went back to one of the main squares for our first Italian dinner lasagna and salad - yum!
We headed back out to the hostel ...
... top of the hill, has spectacular views, fabulous food, and if you are touring and like finer living this is for you.
The pasta with bacon starter was great.
The beef with truffles, and grilled vegetables, was magnifico!
Now it probably deserved a fine wine, Ollie can choose that once he pulls his finger out.
I'm normally about a half hour stop type of guy, but this because of the menu, and views, got a good two hours out of me.
So those of you that I know, that ...
... him so he was doing it by himself. The
guys behind us were trying hard to catch up. But they couldn't... Eventually, Davide was dying of exhaustion and let them over take us. I couldn't stop laughing. After an hour, we were - especially Davide - exhausted so we took it back. It cost us 16 euro. Not bad! :)
By the time we got home, it was 5pm. We were going for apperativo! :) On the way, we all ...
... looked safe....
Turned out, the girl was going back to her hotel and her friends wanted to party on. Apparently it's not very safe to walk the streets alone here and when she saw us (especially me being a girl and all) she began walking with us. Turned out her name was Katia and she was SUPER nice. She apparently lived about 1.5h from Bergamo. After chatting with her for 20 minutes, we walked her to her hotel and then headed home.
P.S. No photos for today :(