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... and a wide verge in others.
We stopped for a top up at Lido di Classe, a spot just off the beach. It was hot. We had a chat to the lady in the cafe. Two of her daughters live in Sydney and a niece, a nurse at the Children's Hospital Cancer Ward in Brisbane. Tis a small world. She was lovely and wished us all the best for the remainder of our trip.
Back on the saddle, heading towards Classe. The heat was ...
... on the Adriatic, that they also would be in bikinis!
Now Italians! They have two sets of rules. None for themselves and heaps for others. I deliberately rode down the wrong side of a road the other day as I had missed the turn. Got shouted at and tooted. Italians who walk out onto the bike path without looking causing a near collision, abuse you. I nearly collected a woman today who stepped out from a bathing area onto the bike path without ...
... on the wall beside the track and a bronze statue of Senna. There were flowers on the fence to commemorate the anniversary of his death on 1st May. We then returned to our grandstand to watch some more free practice and the Superstock 600 race. By the way, Jake Lewis started 21st on the grid and finished 19th. Well done Jake! We rode the 2km in to the town square for dinner before heading back to the B&B.
Jonathan Rae won both Superbike races on ...
... vending machines.
Ravenna was rainy, and a little cold. But it was beautiful. This visit was primarily for a library tour. We went to the Istituzione Biblioteca Classense. There, we saw beautiful artwork, which we would come to learn is a real norm in Italy. Every building contains stunning works of art. We also were provided a bilingual presentation of rare books, ...
... would advance directly to the finals while the rest would battle it out for a second chance to be in the finals by racing in a semi final heat later in the day. I don't think I've paddled this hard in my life. From the first stroke to the last, each and everyone of us in the boat gave it our all. Every stroke counted. We were in perfect unison. Twenty paddlers all hitting the water at the same time, moving as quickly as we ...