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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... dictatorship was the only period since the Roman Empire that Italians were truly united with a strong sense of nationalism…” I had to ponder on that response for a long time. It seems to be a theme I’ve seen all throughout Italy, this sense of a fragmented country where people feel they have little in common with each other. Italy has been a united nation for only 150 years, which is nothing compared to say, France, Spain, or England. I guess ...
... crossing a stream. What? Really? Yep, it's the Rubicon. Back in 2009 "crossing the Rubicon" in Savegnano was a chance for me to reflect on my life, how far I've gone, and what things I'll never turn back to again. Now, 4 years later I "cross the Rubicon" again--this time as a part of a Superhike... so I have a chance to ponder on how far I've gone since 2009. Back in 2009 my Global Parkbench Tour was just 2 years old. I was still working out ...
... the fellow came to pick me up at the bus stop. Hey...I tried. Arrived at the inn and was assigned a cute little alcove room. It's actually not that little compared to the room I had at Milano Marittima so quite spacious for one person. Walked around town a bit and found the Coop (their Safeway), bought some groceries for hiking, went back to the inn and slept (still trying to get over my cold). I'll add pictures later as internet connection is not ...
... behind and set out for the Emilia-Romagna region, known well for its food and wine, specifically the parmigiano reggiano cheese. The two-hour drive (well, 2.5 hour drive, due to the static highway traffic) guided our black Fiat through daunting mountains and deep valleys where enormous birds soared effortlessly just a few meters above the vehicles and the fog dipped in and out every few kilometers. Tunnels appeared as ...
... should forget that last bit). You will also find olive oils made locally and from all around Italy. Now, I live in Spain and I KNOW they have good oil...but my favourite has always been Italian olive oil because I find it a bit more fiery, and has a stronger taste. Although I didn't get any today, it is definitely on my shopping list for the holiday. I decided to visit the Church of San Giocomo di Rialto, next to the old bank I mentioned yesterday. Venetian lore suggests ...