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Just got back from an incredible hike way up in the Alps! So beautiful - Mother Nature has created amazing beauty for those who enjoy getting off the beaten track! I feel so fortunate to be one of those people and to have found a husband and friends with similar interests! :-) So - La Vrille Agritourismo is something else! Tucked way up in the mountains with views to die for - right outside your window! We mostly spent yesterday ...
... exactly the same mannerisms and acted exactly as I would imagine Peter would act. Came over, asked enthusiastically where I was going, where I was from, where was I staying the night etc. He insisted that I should stay the night at the Ivrea Canoe Club Hostel and said that the campsite closed years ago. This bizarre sounding hostel was listed in my book but I had ignored the entry as it sounded so unlikely. Nevertheless ...
Had our final Ciclismo dinner at this very elegant old restaurant in Turino! Very fancy place! Very fancy wine! We started with a local white wine that we really liked and finished up with a very good Barolo! Had to dish out a little more money as the wine kitty was dead! :-(. Wine is very good up here in Piedmont - but not inexpensive! :-). Us older folks headed back through the plaza that was alive with action - got ourselves ...
... after getting some food on my way out of town to have cold for tea. On the fairly weak excuse that I was camping last night I lashed out 40€ for the hotel and another 18€ for dinner. Got all washing done and dried, everything recharged, wifi fully used and even shaved. Now if I could just find someone to share this double bed I could really get value for ...
... I wasn't able to go anywhere else. I can look exceedingly knackered at the end of each day. The big news is that I am halfway through the walk in terms of days (rather than miles). 5 weeks completed. Time to take stock. Distance completed is 665 miles, which works out at 19.5 miles per day over the 34 days actually walked. I have 579 miles to go over another 34 days, or 17 miles per day. Should be easier but most of France was very flat. I am on much better terms with ...
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