Hotel Relais Fontevivo
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... refuse that. I've done my bit for freedom of the press and that's a good thing! So we chat and find that Leonardo is from Rome but is a physicist working in MIlan now.
It's afternoon. We have a snack and go back to the train station to get tickets for Modena, our next stop about 20 minutes ...
... train there. Also because of my bike I can only take regional trains, which means they are slower and typically not direct. I arrived in Mantova a little after 2:00pm and it was a lot hotter then Rovereto. It didn't help that I had on all my warm, black cycling gear still from that morning. The walk to my hotel took about 20 minutes, which felt longer in the heat, and when I arrived there weren't any signs so it took me a little while ...
... br> We ate in for dinner each evening as the food was excellent and very good value and the wine was good and very reasonable too!
The next day visited Parma and learnt a lot about the production of their famous ham and cheese! Indeed we ate masses of ham and cheese of the three days we were there!
... a pair into my suitcase? I fear the beast may burst if anything else goes in and settle instead for a new tube of toothpaste and more ibuprofen.
I finally find a link to Aussie Bruce's blog and it makes great reading as he is so super strong he can ride, write, take stunning photos, relax, drink beer and eat vast tubs of ice cream in the time it takes us to huff and puff from A to B. It's http://Willigorideandseek seek.com.
... in terms of distance and terrain, albeit there was a chillier feel. The Appenines seem every bit as hard as the Alps, though some of that may be due to accumulated fatigue and my cold. Since we've been in Italy the food and hotels have been fantastic but the road surfaces have been shocking and it's quite tiring looking out ...