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... on this trip (last time was while driving) "Why am I so much better at everything after alcohol"!
By this time we had completed all of our cooking and it was time to go and sit down to enjoy the food - Mario finished putting the pasta and sauces together and brought the dishes out to us. First was the gnocchi, we both looked at each other upon our first taste and were amazed. Perfectly cooked fresh gnocchi complemented by a great sauce. The second pasta was even better, ...
... in to get some goods - we had also found a great little deli with almost everything we needed, including some locally made wine in a beer bottle (with a beer cap style close) for 2 euros! And ham, and even some sausage to make dinner with!
With the daily shopping out of the way, we continued to head for Tivoli, where we'd heard from a couple who dived with us the day before there were some amazing Villas to see.
Off the highway and up ...
Well, today was one of those absolutely perfect "this is my bloody Summer Holiday and I'm going to enjoy it" days! We woke earlyish (ahem 9am!) and I was immediately on a mission to bag 2 sunbeds in the prime spots on the lake front. I dashed down there to lay out my towels like a true Continental, and returned for a hasty breakfast. No time to shower, just grabbed my kit bag full of essentials; sun tan cream, wet wipes, ...
... of fun smearing ourselves with squelchy smelly mud. The water was nice and cool, which we needed as it was nearly 30 degrees.
After half an hour or so we though out skin was as beautiful as it was going to get, so we got out; discovering mud in places we have never had mud before. We squelched back to the car park, which luckily was deserted so we stripped off in the car park and scraped hard mud off us. Fun!
We then drove a couple of miles to another ...
... usual way, by reading, while Lyn went for a bike ride around the lake. He came back enthused by what he had seen and done. He rode about 12 miles and up some incredibly steep hills, does a 1 in 4 gradient mean anything to anyone??
Once he came back and chilled for all of 5 minutes I decided it was time we went for a walk. The nearest town of Passignano was only a mile down the road so we sauntered down there. We walked near the lake, ...