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Gavi to the Trebbia
In an attempt to mitigate my cold I drink one glass of beer, one glass of champagne, one glass of white wine and one glass of red. It doesn't work. I feel rheumy (is that a word) and hungover. A roll call at breakfast has several riders on the sick list. Aussie Bruce looks and sounds the worst. He's ...
This morning we start by having breakfast whilst sailing down the river. After motoring for an hour we dock and unload the bikes. We then start our cycle journey for the day. Pretty warm today and at the lunch stop there is an electronic sign in the town square that is recording 41 degrees. At this time we are visiting a fairground museum as we are in the region where all the amusement park rides are constructed. There are a lot of factories in ...
... there was a Decathlon 2-3 miles down the road (Dual Carriageway) so for the first time in the history of our trip we went out in the van during a stay to find it. We found it and despite the language barrier were refunded the over charged amount within a few minutes, simple.. (I am sure you are all glad to hear this)
Secondly, We visited Pavia, there ...
... and castles. I have photos. I don't have too much to say about them, other than they were all owned and dedicated by the same family which is to say that family was unbelievably rich.
If I think of something more to write about the day I will. We did get to drive home through the mountains during sunset, which was really lovely. Today was the first really cold day here, though Genova not as much as Pavia. It helped make the sunset that much more dramatic.
... scheduled for an "easy" day -- one of those 'descents' where you seem to spend an inordinate amount of time climbing. Again, trail maintenance was something of a translation issue.
We beat the nasty looking rain clouds into Cassio, a land formerly ruled by the benevolent queen Amelia who protected all pilgrims (but neglected to leave a 'trail ...