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                    [title] => Pasión a la italiana (o mis días en Emilia Romagna)
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                    [date] => April 10, 2018
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                    [excerpt] => Pedaleo sintiéndome dentro de un videoclip: todo pasa al ritmo de una música que solo mis oídos escuchan. La percusión del viento, de las ramas golpeándose con otras ramas, la vibración de las hojas, el calor del sol en el pavimento. Trepamos una subida que mis piernas devoran y al rato frenamos en Fior di Latte, una fábrica donde se produce el Parmigiano Reggiano, el queso más famoso del mundo y de mayor historia en Italia.
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                    [date] => February 27, 2018
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                    [excerpt] => Read one of those “Top 10 places to see before you die” articles lately?  Or perhaps, “The top places to visit in 2018?”  How about “Emerging travel destinations you must not miss!”  Chances are, if you have, you won’t have seen any mention of San Marino.
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                    [date] => November 20, 2017
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                    [excerpt] => De Republiek San Marino is niet zo groot, maar wel erg bijzonder! De enclave wordt volledig omringd door de Italiaanse regio Emilia-Romagna en wordt meestal bezocht tijdens een dagbezoek vanuit Rimini. In een klein half uurtje brengt een speciale shuttle bus je van Rimini naar San Marino Città, de hoofdstad van San Marino. Deze oude middeleeuwse vestigingsstad is gebouwd binnen de hoge vestigingsmuren van een mooi en groot kasteel met drie hoge verdedigingstorens die je al van ver kunt zien.
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                    [excerpt] => Von Rimini aus geht es mit dem Bus raus aus dem lebhaften Strandbad. Durch die bezaubernde Landschaft der Emilia Romagna, durch kleine Dörfer, vorbei an malerischen Weilern. Darauf folgen unzählige Serpentinen, es wird immer steiler. Wir sind auf dem Weg nach San Marino, ein Zwergstaat komplett eingerahmt von Italien. Schon bei unserer Fahrt in Richtung Zwergstaat bieten sich uns atemberaubende Ausblicke über die Emilia Romagna und die adriatische Küste. Die Schönheit der Altstadt San Marinos auf dem Gipfel des Monte Titano lässt sich bereits erahnen. 
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                    [excerpt] => I'm not just in any part of Italy – I'm on the Adriatic coast of Emilia Romagna, and that's significant because the region reared one of the world's greatest cyclists, Marco Pantani. Winner of both the Tour de France and the Giro d'Italia in 1998, Pantani was one of the strongest climbers of his time. Riding the hills of Emilia Romagna, it's easy to see where he got his cycling legs.
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                    [excerpt] => The great views from San Marino
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                    [title] => Things to do in Emilia Romagna
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                    [excerpt] => The Emilia Romagna region of Italy is often overlooked, but its location roughly between Florence and Venice make it easy enough to add to an Italy itinerary.
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                    [title] => Dicas de Viagem para San Marino e Rimini
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                    [excerpt] => San Marino might be the smallest Republic in the world at 62 sq k but it punches well above its weight where ridiculously spectacular views are concerned.
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                    [excerpt] => I DIED AND WENT TO HEAVEN. Like for real.
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                    [excerpt] => The food, the history, the landscapes, are all wonderful reasons to visit. My time there was jam-packed because Andy and I over scheduled ourselves, but we still only got to see a fraction of what there is to do here.
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