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... on que. Sound familiar? In addition to that, the candidate will usually yell a lot and get everyone riled up. The whole town seems to gather to watch it, and I'm pretty sure the entire town stopped and looked at Jen and I as we walked uncomfortably walked through it. I think I even heard him say "tourista". A politician telling everyone how awesome he is...I've heard it already, and we didn't need to speak Italian to understand that. Next! In the morning we walked down to the ...
Here's Paul's update from May 6: Normal service will be resumed shortly.
Yesterday I set off from Paola for what was to be my final day's ride about 140 miles. I decided to go to Capo Vaticano for lunch. Again I was thwarted by the local caribinieri as every road I tried to get to my lunch destination was closed. As I was heading back to the main road, I heard a terrible sound coming from under my scooter. ...
... waiting for-EVER for me in our home on Ithaca.
-----Hmm, I thought. Maybe I should visit the Greek island of Ithaca, after finishing my travels?
-----Penelope reminded me that after Homer's hero returned home, his dog Argos saw him and died. Oh, dear. I hoped Tucker the Corgy Dog wasn't going to die when I returned home to Michigan!
-----Of course, I still wasn't sure where I'd live after finishing my travels. I still hadn't forgiven ...
... br> excess clothes and mum bought a top. After we finished at the markets we
drove back to Tresimeno Lake and had lunch at a pizza restaurant. After
lunch we caught a ferry to an island and looked around the small
village on the island and went for a walk along a bush walking track. We
also visited the church and lace museum. We had a great time and it was
really fun. J
... the sun was beating down, meaning it was a little warm.
Once lunch had been consumed, we then pretty much rode as a group the final forty KM into the camp. Sure I got dropped on the climb by a couple of minutes or so, but quickly caught up with the pack on the descent into the campground.
Another 87 kilometres done & dusted. It will be interesting now to see the difference in culture, natural flora and fauna between Sicily and Calabria.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking