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Not only did almost everything dry out overnight , but the day was dry, too! We packed our rain clothes into our panniers and, after a lovely breakfast at The Villa, rode into Belluno to explore the town center. Interesting tidbit: Belluno and Bend, Oregon are sister cities! If you aren't interested in history, skip this next bit, copied from Dolomiti.it. "Brief History of the Dolomites: The city was founded in the 220 ...
Whether you're eating pizza in a fast food joint with plastic silverware in the basement of Milan's train station or at a pizzeria on the patio in posh Cortina, use your knife and fork. Under no circumstances should you use your hands to pick up the ...
If the concierge at your hotel gives you a room key with a large object attached, say an antler or chunk of wood, that's your clue that the key should never leave the hotel. After you lock your room, hand your key to the person at the front desk. When you return, just request your key. ...
... of pasta for all the athletes!
We then drove for 2 and a half hours via 2 mountain roads,
amazing mountain vistas, villages on the side of cliffs and many switchbacks. I
was relieved after an hour and a half of driving that Lizzie offered to drive
the final, very narrow, switch back road up to Gallio. We were tired and hungry
when we arrived so it was straight over to the Pizzeria to have dinner, which
Malcolm kindly shouted the team. I was rushed ...
After breakfast we drove to the supermarket in Conegliano,
sorted out some data for Tim’s smart phone – 20 Euro for 2 gigs of data and 200
minutes of call time – won’t need the call time, though has been useful to
contact Ross and the accommodation people. Tim is able to set up a hot spot so
everyone can link in on the wifi. They were all very pleased about ...
- Free parking