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Those of you who know us well will understand straight away why this entry is named this way. It is not our age, or how many gelatis Greg has had on this trip and not even a secret code. For those who don't know us so well - all will be revealed.
The focus for our visit to this area is to attend the World Superbikes at Imola on the weekend. BUT what motorbike rider could come to this area and not have another focus?
So, Sandra ...
... to have another ride along the Strada Panoramica Adriatica through Gabicce Mare hoping to see some of the great views. What a difference a day makes! No fog today. We rode passed a fort that we didn't even see yesterday.
On the way back to Pesaro we stopped at a supermarket to stock up on goodies for dinner. We are now sitting on our hotel balcony eating olives, cheese and pringle chips as we sip on a glass of Rose. Life is good!
Off to the superbikes at Imola ...
... statues with names like "Skank Angel." One of the robots was quite obviously intended to be a female with quite a bit of junk in her trunk.
The old town is quite cute, although still quite hilly and with a lot of stairs. At some point, the amount of stairs just became a joke and I'd go up stairs that led nowhere just because they were there.
... very first Italian translation of Dante's Divine Comedy.
After our library visit we toured some historical landmarks, viewing more art at each of eight locations. By and large, these were mosaics, which I'd never even heard of prior to my travels. They were magnificent.
By the end of the day, I visited at least two more vending machines. You know, quality control.
... the road! All lessons and practice is in a controlled environment! From the way the Greeks drive, I wouldn’t be surprised to learn if it is the same there. As Nick says, Greeks have a “do or die” attitude to driving – they are going to do it and don’t care who may die as a result of what they do! Double unbroken lines, blind corners, speed limits – none of these things have any affect on the way they drive, and overtake, on the ...