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... section of the Canalway Trail that is on the road and that I will have to do if I really want to complete the entire Trail this year in honor of my birthday. Rt 31 went through Clyde before reaching Port Byron where I ended ended a previous bike ride. Clyde is possible the ugliest town I have ever seen. I drove back home and arrived before dark but not soon enough to do much of anything....or did I paint a window trim??
... waterfall on the Ganargua River, quite a few steel bridges, locks, a drydock. You couldn't see the canal that well because of the vegetation by the side of the path but it was quite close. The village of Newark had a dock with some interesting murals that I liked. I decided to bike on to Lyons. It was supposed to have murals as well but I only found one in a park next to their docking area.
I turned around at Lyons and rode ...
... quoted Christian, the tour guide we had in Chianti, on this, but his quote has been stuck in my head: “In America you eat for fuel, and in Italy you eat for pleasure.” The meals really reflected this. I remember preparing for the trip and Meg warned me that you aren’t supposed to eat and walk at the same time; it is considered rude to eat on the go and not to sit and enjoy the food and the people around you.
Not only that, but meals ...
... that would have happened in the good 'ol US of A.
Big bathrooms. Even the most "luxurious" place we stayed (in Alba) had a relatively small shower. I can't wait to shave my legs in comfort again.
Free bathrooms. I should have had a line item in the budget for paying for bathrooms in Italy. Some places charged as much as 1.50 Euro just to use the restroom (I'm looking at you, Venice). Alba and the surrounding area was the ONLY area where there was ...
... was 17 (13 years ago!!?!) I went to France with a high school French Club group. None of this technology existed. We wandered around cities like Chamonix and Paris without a map. Some of my favorite memories of that trip came from walking through alleys with friends, getting lost, and finding adorable restaurants. Some of our best discoveries were when we went off plan and decided to check out little shops and bookstores along the ...