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... Corser, Stoner, Hailwood. Tour group included Graham Moore who brought xxxxxxx into v8 racing and father and son from Perth who had an inflatable display tent business. Also a couple of Malay guys from Kuantan who own Ducatis. Dinner at xxxx Osteria in lane way near piazza. Recomended by Lonely Planet. Tagliatelle Ragu (spag Bol) and Greek salad with a beer and 250cl carafe for 20€. Nice food and nice family ...
... not sure what the issue was though. It was very rowdy and spread across the whole piazza. I had to navigate my way through the protestors when I came out of the ruins as the march had reached the plaza and had grown significantly. I was a little early so wandered to the meeting place - a cafe in the market area - the street the cafe was on was the old gold market street - via degli orefici. The beggars were out and about again and hassling everyone at outdoor tables. ...
... but it would have tons of hills. We expected to go 80-100 km or so and then take the train the rest of the way. This way we get the beauty of the area, but also stay on our new schedule.
Sidenote: Since I don't read what the other guys have been posting, I wanted to address our change in course. We initially planned to go to Florence and then the east coast of Italy, take a ferry to Greece, bike to Athens and then fly to Amsterdam...but, we realized none of us speak Greek, ...
... blue aprons. We have already discussed the choices offered by Lella, and had no difficulty agreeing with the Ryans upon the most quintessential of Italian menus: bruschetta, home-made pasta - and of course tiramisu. Now, given the calorie loading of tiramisu and the time and effort involved with making pasta from scratch, probably the most practical item on the menu for future application is the bruschetta. And most importantly, we ...
... is divided into two parts by the little stream with the same name. We crossed that stream (don’t remember seeing any water) earlier tonight looking for a place to have supper. We found a rather quaint little (read narrow) pizzeria with a very pleasant proprietor (let's call him Guido) who treated us just like the locals that crowded his eatery. The food was good and plentiful! We are on our way to Venice tomorrow!