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... has a little fawn dog. He put a lions mane on the dog and paraded him out the front. The dog and old mate got lots of attention. We pulled up stumps at about 10:45pm.
Today started later for me - slept in til 7:45am - fantastic. The bride has a restless night - she musta been worrying about me. We made breakfast by 8am, the scheduled time. A pleasant surprise as was a well laid out Euro style breakfast that was throughly enjoyed ...
... to eat and then jump back on the bike. I had a soft yoghurt - with a little chocolate drizzled on top. Very refreshing and all that I needed.
We called into a couple of Tourist Info Centre's along the way to get the cycle map for that district. The people were very helpful and we had a map with directions and info to guide us on our way. The €25 that the Tourist mob got in this town for booking the hotel room was a bit of a ripoff. Our ...
... fee for the next 3 days, we could already hear the bikes calling us.
We could sit any where we wanted for Friday but had seats in one of the stands for Saturday and Sunday. We wandered around the paddock and checked out all the lined up trailers for the teams - money involved in running a team at this level must be enormous! We even managed to get a quick photo of Aryton Badovini, one of the Superbike riders. The weather has continued to be glorious and ...
... very first Italian translation of Dante's Divine Comedy.
After our library visit we toured some historical landmarks, viewing more art at each of eight locations. By and large, these were mosaics, which I'd never even heard of prior to my travels. They were magnificent.
By the end of the day, I visited at least two more vending machines. You know, quality control.
So, Jim has said he's seen enough churches to last a lifetime, however, it was his idea to go to Ravenna to see the Mosaics.
Somehow, when we were working on something else, this entry got lost.
We arrived at the train station, and walked down a beautiful, tree lined street. Stopped at the first church and saw some of the famous mosaics. They truly are ...