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... just makes sense to shut down. At Bano, we were treated literally, to the largest meal of my life. It started with a plate of sample appetizers. Several sides of pizza also came out. However pizza here is basically flatbread, mildly seasoned. There is no sauce, cheese or toppings on it. After the appetizers came large single bowls of squid, small snail like shells (where you needed a toothpick to get the "meat" out), and ...
... is something magical about watching 3 artists paint in an old monastery in Italy while the towns main church bell, hundreds of years old, rings in the distance. After that we went to a small photographic exhibition for a local photography who was unveiling a book of Venice photographs. I can't say I got much out of this since all the speakers were speaking Italian. After that we met back up with Ken and Kristi for a private tour of some of Fabriano's most ...
... town of Sirolo which is perched on a bluff above the sea ( ok there was one hill ). Most of our thoughts today focused on dinner. Seafood in particular. A quick scan of online restaurant review sites narrowed the finalist list to two. We really can not go ...
Today we descended from San Marino to the sea. We reached the ocean at the town of Cattolica. Enroute we crossed 700 kilometers since beginning our cycling journey in Innsbruck just over a week ago. We found full on summer. This Saturday afternoon, the beaches were full with sun bathers and ...
... there accompanied by Dedda, the president of the MFU (Motorradfreunde Unterheimbach), who has come to see us off.
Manni gives each of us an old German penny, a symbol of good luck for the journey.
And they we are off on a mad dash of over 1000 kilometres across Southern Germany, through Austria, and down along the east coast of Italy.