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Hi everyone today we dr0ve to Ancona to catch the ferry to Croatia. On the way we stopped at a typical Italian beach covered in deck chairs and umbrellas. We chose a place for lunch and set up on the deck chairs for a while on the beach. There are so many chairs that unless you are in the front row you cant actually gaze at the beach you just look at the back of other peoples deck chairs. Also because you are all so close together its a bit ...
Had Wild Boar for dinner last night at Ristorante Mario, village Chianti and tiramasu.
Today was spent sightseeing, found the track and sorted out where we would park as traffic will be insane, especially this year with Rossi leading the points. It's a sea of Yellow at the front gate with all the vendors
Early starts for us this weekend but excited to see the track and experience Motogp Italian style.
... down, she was nine. We then rushed back to our hotel by bus. Took a taxi to the inter city bus station, for a 4 and a half hour bus journey to Split. Got there around 17 h15, chilled by the port a bit with beers and hot chocolate, then boarded our ferry to Ancona, Italy at 20h15. We had a cabin on the ferry, we had beds and a little shower. Ferry journey, 10 hours, like being on a cruise ship, minus the bells and ...
... the sun and the water. It was obviously not tourist season yet. We had the whole beach to ourselves or so it seemed.
We then borrowed bikes from our hotel and rode along the bike paths throughout the town. There were dozens of restaurants and cafes all along the water. The weather was glorious.
Paul contacted our car rental company, and he made arrangements for a late return of the car so we could spend time at the ...
... sort of a question from the expectant way she (and the rest of the group) were looking at me. The jig was up, so I had to say 'sorry, but I really don't speak any Italian', which gave everyone a good laugh. She apologised and went back through the safety briefing in English, which included 'don't hang back to take photos as it is very easy to get lost'. The rest of the tour she explained a few bits and pieces in English to us, which was really nice of her.