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We woke up facing our last full day on the bike. After feeling off yesterday, Ken was back to his perky self and we were both ready for some cool biking. We also woke to birds chirping and beautiful blue skies. Not only will I miss the Tuscan scenery, food and wine, but I will also miss having our windows open at night and waking up to the birds ( …
Today I woke up ready for the bike. Ken, not so much. He was very slow moving and didn't sound or look like he was ready for anything but back to bed. He had a very long day on the bike yesterday, so it wasn't surprising. I headed down to breakfast and he eventually joined me. We went back to the room to get our riding gear, and I knew it was going …
... for a fews years now and thus the line was very long. Although there were about ten people working there so it went fast enough. I still prefered our Gelato pace in Roma but maybe i just grew fond of it (it was delicious though). It was a nice tour, i learnt a lot about wines as i was interested about trying to be more appreciative of wines. I believe i am slowely learning. This was our last day in italy, i am satisfied with my experience of Italy for sure. ...
... not to mention 3 days worth of meals (refrigerators are small and there are no preservatives, thus you shop about every 3 days). We hurried to get everything we needed before our meeting with our advisor at 12:45. Sitting through another 2 hours of nonsense thinking, "I can read!" then finally back to our apartment we went.
For dinner I made salmon & sun dried tomatoes on farafalle in a lemon butter cream sauce! It was decent but not as good as when ...
... first thing to see the "real" David. We arrived at about 9, and discovered that the line was long. We got to the end, and saw everyone had tour ID's and asked if they were in line to buy tickets. "No, the non reservation line was at the other end" was the response, so we went "over there" to discover NO line! Imagine, no reservations available on line, no reservation fee, and we just walk in! The "stuff" in there was interesting. David was very impressive (although I ...