Best Western Park Hotel
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I think we were on the road before 08:00 this morning. We had a very short uphill section from our overnight stop to rejoin the delightful road which runs over the Cisa pass, and then we were on our way. Again there had been a lot of rain in the night (once more with thunder and lightening) but it had stopped by the time we emerged. From then the day just got better and better and ...
So the last few days have been... interesting. Unfortunately, Franci brought a virus over from Aus with him. Turns out in the 24-36 hours since we left, most of his office has been caught out by a nasty gastro virus which managed to take Franci down on Sunday and me 24 hours later. It was awful but we are both now making great recoveries and trying to make up for lost time! The sad thing was that because I was hit on Monday, it meant I didn't make it out ...
... classical music being played by real musicians is another.
I pause in a large shady park, just to chill out, and enjoy the vibe. It's nice to not feel rushed, needing to reach a certain place before nightfall I can just sit back and enjoy this place.
As timeless as this place feels, there are changes. A number of African and Arab immigrants relax in the park--including a couple young black fellows, hanging out with a couple of Italian girls. ...
Day 244 For the last two weeks, I've been working on a single hike, creating a "trail of footprints" covering scores of towns and hundreds of kilometers. It's reached the point where this feels like the only way I want to travel... Exclusively on foot. But I only have so much time. If I want to visit every province, every major town in Italy, it's just not realistic to do it all on foot. Besides, the open plains ...
... we started our now long tradition of playing Rummy. Michael Tom had never played before so there was a small learning curve, but then we having a merry time just eating our ****** Italian bread with French honey and Dutch cards (Jake got his cards from the Heineken factory). The only picture we took of this day was one of us playing cards, so apologies for the lack of photo documentation.
We arrived at the restaurant and of course, nobody speaks English! We ...