Casa Di Barbano
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... speaker, counting pedal turns in 100 blocks. Meanwhile Roelof had sped ahead carrying double weight (we'd reshuffled mini bike bags so I carried no extra weight), and Debs & Ron were somewhere ahead in tandem turning their pedals in unison like it was another day out bike riding! We were officially now cycling the Dolomites, which are far older than the Alps. The Dolomites used to reside under water and over time lost ...
... wasn't sure which was was locking and unlocking. Getting increasingly frustrated, I offered the key to the girls to attempt to open the door instead. Sarah tried and made no progress, at which point Mal attempted and was equally unsuccessful. I finally decided to call Luca while they continued to try to unlock the door. Every time we heard the lock turn, we'd attempt to open the door, but it wouldn't budge. Luca did not answer his phone, but instead ...
... she had arranged our winery tour in advance so we arrived and had a tour all for ourselves. We got to sit in the Tuscan sun while we got an introduction to the winery, and then our tour of the premises began. We walked to the big steel barrels where they let the grapes ferment, and through the cellar where they let the wine age in barrels. And like any good winery tour, it ended by tasting the wine accompanied by a cheese and meat platter. So we were sold after ...
... stopped at Santa Maranelli, a seaside resort town for Lunch. It was barley 60 km out of Rome. Its off season and everything was closed and the local denizens were most uninterested in feeding us. Matt googled a restaurant, the La Viola.
This place was in a housing estate, up a driveway which looked like someone's subdivided block. Well, it opened into a equestrian ...
... was not sending us elsewhere!. Found the platform & the train & in less than 1 hour we were at the airport. Went to Harry's Bar at the airport & shared a club sandwich & a beer. Checked our luggage & ourselves in & then tried to locate a toilet that was not being cleaned! Seems they clean all toilets at the same time. Makes sense to me! Julie managed ...