Travel Blogs from Piacenza
Following the disappointment of the last site, which we forgot to mention, en-route to we had stopped at a Decathlon store and later discovered they had double charged us for a bike tyre, so you can only imagine the anger going through our heads coupled with the poor site facilities oh and constant call of crickets which we had also forgot to mention! We arrived ...
... read earlier entry) but for €30ish euro a night (Italian sites aren't cheap) we would expect a lot better!
We couldn't find much/any alternatives in the area so decided to head for our next destination earlier than planned.
No Pictures :BIGFULLSTOP:
... compared to Tabiano. The difference between towns is stark. Looks like the Giro D'Italia comes through here on 20/5 Dad. 29 degrees and sunny today. Game of bowls late afternoon. Prefer watching the Lannisters and Starks. Out for dinner tonight and then we prepare for our final leg to Tuscany. No wifi for a while. Only a local library near our farm stay in Tuscany. Will venture there to update once or twice. We are there until the 21/5. M ...
Miles Biked: 54.4
Today was about as boring and typical as it gets. It occurred to me this morning that we only have two more nights in Italy :( and so I needed to do as much Italian things as possible. We left Parma at a pretty early time (like before 10), and got some breakfast focaccia on the way out. This stuff is really amazing, especially for breakfast. It's just like cold pizza except the bread hasn't hardened and there's not as much sauce. It was awesome, ...
... along the m/ways simply sitting a comfy 75mph on
her. The Honda Transalp is a very relaxing bike to ride and is simply not made
to fly along at hi speed like many sports bikes.
Again today I was cursing those tyres I fitted before I left as they simply
just won't let the bike lean to its max like the sports tyres did. On one
occasion today I thought my time was up!! I was heading along a slip road onto
the m/way when I noticed a bus already on the m/way and ...