National Hotel

Viale Vespucci 42, Rimini, Emilia-Romagna, 47900, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Viale Vespucci 42, Rimini, is near Piazza Cavour, Antica Pescheria di Piazza Cavour, Anfiteatro Romano, and Federico Fellini Museum.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews National Hotel Rimini

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    Travel Blogs from Rimini

    Day 5: Backside of the Mountain

    A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jan 05, 2037

    21 photos

    ... other present day groups seeking for independence could learn from this... The Palestinians... the Kurds... Later, when Italy was being unified under Garibaldi, San Marino was a refuge for those fighting for unification. And Garibaldi remembered that, and honored their independence... So was it cleverness--or just good luck? Maybe just good luck that time. San Marino just happened to be on the winning side of that conflict... I pause to take a ...

    Day 4: The Castle

    A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jan 04, 2037

    50 photos

    ... place to visit… but it might get pretty boring to actually live in San Marino… I continue on through a large park… I’m tempted to join a couple fellows in a volleyball game-- another great way to hook up with the locals, but I decide to just keep on going. Not much history to Dogama-- I opt to use San Marino’s “World Trade Center” as my backdrop… Two half spherical 10 story office buildings-- the closest thing ...

    Day 3: Rimini to San Marino

    A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jan 03, 2037

    28 photos

    ... itself. It seems that in this area, instead of making every town independent, they've clustered them together to makes things more efficient, I guess...

    Anyways, I'm going to count Coriano as officially parkbenched... I continue on through the vineyards and increasingly busy roads until I reach the edge of Rimini by nightfall. I'll have to check on Google Maps to make sure, but I'm pretty confident that I've reached the 100 km point so I can call this a Superhike.

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    Day 2: Rimini

    A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jan 02, 2037

    20 photos

    ... 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 ...

    Day 1: Crossing the Rubicon

    A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jan 01, 2037

    6 photos

    ... the street, with furtive glances from side to side with an cardboard with cheap imitation sunglasses attached. Always on the run, hoping to make a few euros and not have his illegal wares confiscated by the police. Two men came to Italy seeking a better life. Two very different experiences. I pass a square where a band is playing and locals young and old are doing a lively dance with a sort of polka style band playing. The couples spin in circles ...