La Corte Albertina
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It has happened my friends. We are almost incommunicado. Satellite coverage has dropped to its lowest levels. So, it would be almost impossible for me to upload photos.Therefore, I will finish my blog after I get home and have a normal internet connection. Sorry.
Many activities on the ship; talent shows, galley tours, movies, and the usual relaxation pursuits such as reading. I am wading through the biography of Andrew Carnegie at ...
... B&B which is also a winemaker Cassa Bofa. Very nice it is too ( I shall buy a couple of bottles) on the edge of the village with marvellous views. The village is very busy but mostly with tractors bringing their grape to the 'co-operative' in the centre of the town. As I write this it's almost 11PM and the tractor queue is still there and they are still unloading grapes. I wonder how long ...
... behind me trying to cheer me up. The long day ended with the sun setting and us frantically trying to find a place to hide. We came across a campground sign but both decided we were to cheap and didn't want to pay. We spotted a castle and headed towards the huge site, along the way we passed an abandoned church and decided it was a safer bet parking at the church for the evening instead of one of Italy's heritage ...
... with our developing plan we get on the bikes and head to Cueno, our first Italian city. We have a few chores to catch up on and items to pick up, we busted the bike tire pump a few days ago, lost the pot, ran out of bug spray, and needed another bike lock. We start our day just shy of noon and ride 40 flat kilometres into the city. The rest of the day is spend into and out of stores, a few random cheap beers and finding wine in a carton again! Something we hadn't seen since ...
... around the corner. She translates our request and we have a delicious fresh meal before us with a cappuccino. The woman, Susan, joins us and it's like long lost friends catching up. She is quite delightful to talk to. I ask her if they do flat whites in Italy - no - only expresso. We explain what a flat white is and she then explains to our waiter - long expresso with 25% milk. She tells us that it was quite an experience explaining our request and that perhaps ...