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... on the way and slowing heading into towns we must have been doing 200+ kmph.
We arrived in Rome about 1940hrs and caught a cab to our Hotel which was about 1.5km away. A bit of trouble fitting the bike bag in the taxi but nothing a few occy straps couldn't fix! The Hotel seems nice, simple but neat and tidy.
Tomorrow we will hit the streets and look at some of the attractions. Being in the city centre, most of the main sites are within 30min walk.
... had started behind us - passed lots of people heading up. The descent from this climb was even faster as the roads were much straighter - maxed out at 85kmph at one point - no falls that I saw thankfully.
Once again formed a small group heading back north to Trento which caught the pack in front to make it 50-strong.
The last climb up Mount Bondone was 18km at an ave of 8% so it was every man for himself - luckily there were 4 feed stations on the way up ...
... to the Swans get done :(. Early on this morning streamed the Sthn Power boys having an easy win in their GF.
The plan was to visit the Caproni Aeronautical Museum in the arvo however it is a difficult place to get to so we settled for panini and a trip on the cable car up to Sardegna which overlooks Trento. Apparently the area was bombed in 1943/44.
Some pasta for dinner, get the gear ready and try to get an good nights sleep...
... and did the first leg of sundays' race, a Cat. 2 8km climb about 15km nth of Trento up to a little town called Verla and then back again.
Without a doubt it has to be the most spectacular scenery I have ever seen, riding along the valley floor surrounded by 1600m walls on either side. Even the climb up to Verla was great, vineyard and apple orchard lined roads and then passing through tiny little ...
... Trevor had some tips on the route as hes has been here since the weekend.
After that, Rach and I headed into town for the opening ceremony, trying to keep the eyes open by then. It was held in the Piazza Duomo which is quite spectacular and a cloud shrouded moon made for some good pics.
Had some pasta for dinner and headed back to the Hotel after that, try to catch up on some sleep...
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