Hotel Al Sorriso
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... the miles ticking away quickly and by mid afternoon Pavia was within reach giving 153km for the day.
Incidentally, there is a connection between the Cisa pass and the Ferrari motor company. According to various hits on Google Enzo Ferrari started his racing career there and had a love affair with the road. It is rumoured that prototype cars were tested there by the ...
There isn’t much to report from yesterday. It was basically a rest day that involved wandering around Morbegno’s streets as well as running a few personal errands.
Dinner was with Marina’s cousins again for more magnificent home-made food. This time it was some succulent turkey & chicken with chips, followed by bread, cheese & salami, and then a home-made tira misu. This was of course followed by a healthy serving ...
... but is still easier than the track down from the main road to the apartment. Wendy makes a fabulous salad and we take ourselves and the food and beer down to the garden where we enjoy an excellent lunch. The afternoon then is spent lounging around enjoying the sun and the view. Dinner we eat in - Liz has made spaghetti which is great and the wine we bought in Bellagio sets it off beautifully. In the end a very pleasant end to a rather tough day for us ...
... terms to move as apparently they were in the wrong queue. Roger said he needed a wine after the stress of the castle backing incident so we sat at a ferry side bar and he had two white wines just to make sure he was ok. Once at Bellargio, the boys went back to the wine store and purchased some supplies while Wendy and I has a cool drink and waited. Home again to a shared dinner of cheeses, meats etc and a reasonably early night as Roger has another ride in the morning with ...
... at* Tetris.
Feeling a little peckish, we looked up where an eatin' place that our in-flight magazine of our earlier flight had recommended, then caught the Metro there. Rising up the escalator to the street level we found ourselves in what appeared to be the Detroit (or Corio - for those playing at home) of Milan. We were surrounded by high density housing, graffiti, youths, riff raff, old men, fences, and even people smoking cigarettes. Not phasing us we continued on to ...