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... the miles ticking away quickly and by mid afternoon Pavia was within reach giving 153km for the day.
Incidentally, there is a connection between the Cisa pass and the Ferrari motor company. According to various hits on Google Enzo Ferrari started his racing career there and had a love affair with the road. It is rumoured that prototype cars were tested there by the ...
... ever spoken to which leads me again to - You are a big fat liar or your child was in high school already. The Sleep Lady, who got us through this the first time, advises to wait til 3. Well, I would totally wait til 3 and I am in absolutely no rush to do this but Jr has obviously been sneaking into the living room to watch Bear Grylls and Penn and Teller because he can wiggle out of his sleepsack and hop over that crib like it was a miniature hurdle. Her other advice, as ...
... a slightly tubby bloke. He welcomed us in after we'd stroked "Zoe" (the golden R) who was full of beans and happiness and clearly loved to have new visitors stay in her owner house. We entered the house and were shown to our room. It was just perfect and with a lovely bathroom just opposite. As the sun was shining we decided to make the most of the sunshine and stay outside with a healthy game ...
... look like they most likely grew up here in Italy and seem very much at ease. But I notice a passerby looking at them and then talking angrily on his phone. A few minutes later the police show up.
The police talk (politely it seems) to the guys, telling them they're not supposed to play volleyball in the park. Somehow I suspect that it wasn't the volleyball that got the caller angry, though...
Some things in Italy are changing. Some things ...
Day 244 For the last two weeks, I've been working on a single hike, creating a "trail of footprints" covering scores of towns and hundreds of kilometers. It's reached the point where this feels like the only way I want to travel... Exclusively on foot. But I only have so much time. If I want to visit every province, every major town in Italy, it's just not realistic to do it all on foot. Besides, the open plains ...