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... Brendan, Julian, Madiba and Claude, I don't think they're actual place names whereas Lucca is just an hour up the road from Florence. No favouritism intended!
It was a great relief to discover that it is actually a beautiful and charming little city because we'd committed to spending the night there. Whilst I usually prefer to be more organised, Ryan and I had decided to just book things as we went along so we could be flexible. The downside of that is that you ...
... Christie wanted to bring both Mikes & I to see her.
Aunty Carmel looked great and it was wonderful to have had that opportunity to see her. Aunty Carmel & I had shared a special time back in 1983, we had gone to Mass together and we had spent some time on our own. I think, at the time, ('83) she had enjoyed having a girl around, even for the short time i was there, as she was usually surrounded by men...her beautiful sons and husband. Thanks so much Uncle Christy, ...
ELBA – VOLTERRA – HOME TO COLLE
We had breaky, avoided the coffee and loaded up the bikes for the trip home and the 10:40 ferry. Andrew and Neil were going to go over the top of the island like we did yesterday and we were going straight to PORTOFERRAIO and look for Napoleons residence. We would meet at the ferry terminal.
We said goodbuy to our port and Mediterranean view and took off around the coast road. I watched ...
ISOLA d ELBA : 27 km long x 18km max, highest peak 1019m
Travelling is fabulous. So far we have fitted in so much. Form Paris onto a 200kh train, through the Alps to tiny specs of towns, driving in a nightmare, love'n and live’n , to the land of castles and cypress trees, pasta and Chianti, and now to an island off the west coast of Italy. Its history dates back to the stone age, the Trojan Wars, Jason and the Argonauts, and of course not ...
THE ISLAND OF ELBA
FRIDAY - enjoy having Andrew and Neil along too. They are all very different individual blokes with the one thing in common that brings them together, the bikes. We talk **** about the pit falls of the GPS vs memory and the funny side of all the problems and mistakes we are all making. A few more Chiantis and beers and espressos and cheeses and olives and I cook up a storm again of- all is well.