Al Ponticello B&B
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... it was out of season, however they were full! We got the last available little mobile home for a few nights, then we moved up north west. It was a good idea to go by car, because we could buy some wine and goods for home to remember the trip.
In two days we drove back to Amsterdam. We were greeted with great weather sunshine and a purring cat. We were back ...
... cherry tomatoes. Susan had homemade ravioli filled with ricotta cheese and spinach in a sauce of rosemary and topped with bacon and smoked ham. We have all day today to ride and anticipate another fabulous meal tonight! Both of us are holding up well and settling into the routine of riding, searching for accommodations and eating. ...
... walls and battlements. We walked through the massive cathedral while mass was being conducted in another section and the priest sang the communion. Attached are a few pictures from our tour and a view of the cathedral from our hotel balcony which was very similar to the view from our hotel room. Thanks for coming along with ...
... must experience in a country where they don't know the local language and how they can easily be traveling in the wrong direction from where they intend to go. At least I seem to be following the sun so I should be heading west which is where I want to go. Damn it! I lost my Fitbit bracelet. I was going to try to track how much walking I did each day but somewhere in Bologna train station lies my bracelet (at least that's where I think ...
... racing in Adelaide, Australia in 2016, it would mean working harder than ever to fight for a seat in the boat. I've got about five weeks to make my decision. For now, the main focus is today's races, then five weeks of trekking around the Mediterranean. First things first. It's hard to describe the feeling you experience when your team wins the third medal in a row at ...