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... would gently ease off on the power and get the bike under control again then slowly start opening her up again just enough to keep her going.
It was a good thing this road was rather rough. A smooth road would be even worse to ride in these conditions. A rough road is great for grip and in icy conditions I tend to look for rough sections of road simply for grip.
Apart from the icy road there was also another problem on this pass road and that was the bridges. ...
Today is the day I have been waiting for the whole trip. We woke up and packed p the room and then hopped in the car and drove over the bridge to Venice. We lined up and got our tickets and got on the cruise. There is everything on the cruise like 1. Water slide that goes over the edge of the ship. 2. Bowling alley 3. 5 pools 4. A water park 5. 11 restaurants 6. A kids club with ps3 and xbox 7. A massive theatre 8. A buffet ...
Have now been in Italy for a week - and what a week it was! Have been staying with friends at the most divine villa in Tuscany. The view was 180o of beautiful countryside and driving through fields of sunflowers has been delightful. We have been to Lucca, San Gimignano, Volterra, Florence and home village Palaia. Eating far too well- it's amazing how cheap food is here- in Melb I have paid $7 for one mozzarella ball - here it's 5 for ...
... a ride on the Grand Canal....very impressive way to see things. At noon, took the boat the Murano....walked around all afternoon...the glassware in this place is so beautiful, bought a couple of things. Back to Venice and I stopped for a Sprintz...then on home for about 5:00. I had dinner (12.5€) at a local restaurant - recommended by Vera. Pics, emails, ...
... suite on level 12 of 15 so yep that is perfect. It is easy to get lost on a ship that size, with so many cabins, levels, food courts, bars restaurants, etc Then the highlight of the trip a cruise down the Grand Canal on this monster ship , looking down on on Venice , or actually looking over Venice on a perfect sunny afternoon, - really a special treat. We headed to open water with the next stop. Bari on the Italian Coast and a week of our very first taste of Cruise ...