Hotel Centrale Byron
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... on the wall beside the track and a bronze statue of Senna. There were flowers on the fence to commemorate the anniversary of his death on 1st May. We then returned to our grandstand to watch some more free practice and the Superstock 600 race. By the way, Jake Lewis started 21st on the grid and finished 19th. Well done Jake! We rode the 2km in to the town square for dinner before heading back to the B&B.
Jonathan Rae won both Superbike races on ...
On Friday, we traveled by train and walked in the rain.
Even precipitation is lovely in Italy.
At the train station, I discovered a vending machine that provided espresso in a tiny plastic cup. It was perfect. Espresso this good shouldn't come from vending machines. Frankly, espresso of any kind shouldn't come from vending machines. Heaven, I'm sure, will be lined ...
... we had held onto our third place finish! Our second medal! Giving a little whoop and a punch in the air, I ran down the staircase to deliver the news to my teammates on the boat. It was two for two. Another bronze medal. We had hoped for another colour but we were still very happy with the result. We marched proudly onto the podium alongside our Canadian sisters to sweep the top three positions in the premier women's division once ...
... informed that this is a recent development designed for sailers aspiring to explore the Great Atlantic, I am still amazed by this remarkable technological development. With the support of the rich Venetians and the technological superiority offered by this ship, we are bound to quickly find a sizable fortune waiting in the Holy lands and beyond.
... think I did! I constantly kept changing seat from right to left! I didn’t want to miss anything of those beautiful landscapes that kept appearing on both sides of the road.
And then without realizing it, the morning had passed and we had reached our destination. We were now in Assisi, a stone built hill-town, home of St. Francis! It was 1:00pm.