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... my quota for the day, I practiced restraint. Haven't done that for some time. I think that breakfast will be good in the morning if with glowing reports on TripAdvisor are correct.
We are now back in the room. Annette is cleaning up her mess from this afternoon. Her pannier bags were emptied on our arrival and cover half the floor of the room. I am just about to finish the blog, ignore and mess and go to sleep.
... and hot ride.
The day started really well with a sleep in til nearly breakfast o'clock at 7am. We were given a warm welcome by the staff and yes it was warm. The Euro style breakfast went down well with very nice coffee - had to have a second to confirm that it was very nice coffee and some sweet breads - well, cakes really.
We had a chat to a husband and wife from Geelong. They stay at the hotel every year as they visit ...
... going nuts then they invaded the track and more maleness ensued.
We decided to head for the car, the race finished at 3pm and by 3.30 we were in our car and on the road, it only took us 45 mins to get home using the detours in place set-up by the Police, we thought it was very organised and had heard horror stories, I think if you were going back to the Autostrada it might be a nightmare.
Tomorrow we head to Treviso to see Sergio for a few days.
... Closed. Looked like there was going to be road motor racing , it was out in country up toward mountain and there were lots of hay bails protecting danger points. Oh bother. Changed plans for day went to a town called Signa (pronounced like we would say 'senior') tried to get some memories to bring home for my mum as it is her name too. The area is especially famous for the production of straw hats, here we visited the museum of ...
... 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 ...