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... physical limits), the gang continued. By Climb two I was pushed sporadically by Roelof. Things got worse when on climbs three and four I was towed up on a bungy rope by Roelof. He is such a mountain mule it's unbelievable! Debs and Ron were not far away in tandem turning their pedals in unison (again!!) and maybe breaking a sweat but it was hard tgo tell since I was so far behind. From high up the Dolomites are ragged ...
... him the picture, and he immediately remembered my friend! He brought me to a table and the food began to come! I first received a "snack" - a plate of breads and cheeses, with a glass of wine. I also received a basket of bread, typical at every Italian restaurant I've dined. I then received a plate of meats and cheeses with jam and honey. Following this course, I was given fresh ravioli with pesto sauce. It tasted like it had just been made. I've never ...
... think she's so cool! I wish I would have the courage to do that some day.
While chatting, I caught sight of the all-too-familiar cowboy hat, and immediately recognised Mr Cowboy hat and his mum from Cinque Terre and the Il Duomo in the morning. He was with his huge camera and we waved 'hi' to him thinking that it was all ...
... at Eataly, one of the recommended eating places, something unique being a combo of upmarket, organic supermarket and stool-at-bar eating in 4 sections, carne(meat), pesce(fish), pizza and pasta or table upstairs of the same menu. All the staff are young and groovy and the 4 section chefs all young men.
Very enjoyable meal in interesting though not at all traditional environment. An experience!
Walked to the train station to catch the very fast train to Venice. This is a flying visit to get a tiny taste of Venice. So we say goodbye to Tuscany. A walk from the station across the canal (5 minutes they said) and we walked right past our hotel.......... We needed a drink as it was very hot and pulling suitcases over the cobblestones was thirsty work. We spent a pleasant half hour chatting to a Canadian ...