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... the hotel, our hotel, had recommended an Italian restaurant not far from the Casa Masoli. We took the option of sipping inside - yep, there was AC. The meals were excellent. Annette had what she described as the best tortellini that she has ever eaten and I had the mixed mate skewers with grilled veg. Mine was top notch.
The Bride decided that she needed ice cream. Given that I had consumed one in the afternoon and had ...
... to be - some people just have no idea!
Annette paid the bill and joined me in the garage to push the bikes up the ramp from the garage. That is when we knew it was going to be a warm day. We followed the directions of the lady at reception and made our way out of Pesaro. We had a ride of between 60 and 70km ahead of us.
The first 7km was on a flat road that wound its way between two hillsides. At the 7km mark we noticed that the ...
... rides in the Village. We left the track about 5 after upgrading our tickets for 10 Euros each (worth every Euro cent we discovered over the next two days!) and headed back to our B&B for a Greggy dinner.
The next two days were spent at the track from 9:30 to 5pm and we believe the pictures will tell the story better than words.
On day 2 Greg decided he wanted to walk around the whole track. After Kerrie checked out the map, she decided ...
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 ...
... Caterina’s first husband, Giralomo Riario, was either the son or the nephew of Pope Sixtus IV, who preceded Pope Alexandria VI. Caterina’s first murderous rampage came after Giralomo was stabbed to death, an assassin finally succeeded after five previous attempts on the life of the man failed.
Caterina’s family alliances ran deep and wide in Italian royalty, her entanglements and disharmony would require a spread sheet worthy of attempting ...