Relais del Nazionale
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Early checkout but still time for another awesome breakfast. Brisk trip through the narrow streets of Venice with all our luggage .... somewhat of a challenge given all the paving and bridges ! Onto the Vaporeto for a very pleasant trip down the Grand Canal and a final look at Venice. In the quiet and stillness of the early morning Venice is truly magnificent. Aboard the Fast Train to Desenzano some local Italians were providing some amusing entertainment. Intercity ...
... kilometer stones. Despite feeling relatively warm at the top of the climb, the descent was so cold we both started shivering a little! Despite wearing gloves, my hands were so cold at times that I couldn't feel if I was on the brakes or not! Well our riding is practically over. We have conquered Cime de la Bonette without any damage to our physical beings and am now a stones throw from Nice (depending how strong you are. it may still be a 2 day ride to get ...
Lance used to use this to train on just before the TDF each year and judge whether he was in form to win.
Hmm! I will keep a lookout for the US Postal team syringes at the start.
We will then head off to Monaco and the beaches west of here for some sight seeing and a swim.
Saturday we are off to the Pyranees.
... as they cross the road.
The place is full of eateries and seems to attract holiday seekers from all over. Much more touristy than the Alps but not in a bad way. I might even take a dip in the ocean this arvo. I just have to find a way to navigate the sand (rocks) to get there.
I will post pics of Menton in the next blog.
In the arcaded porticos of Peive di Teco the welcoming door
of the Brooks' apartment opened! What a splendid time we had …. and we did stay longer than that fish meal!!!
We arrived just in time for the Garlic Festival at Vessalico in the Valley of Arroscia. The next day Monica and Ian invited us to pick figs and caper berries from their garden. Of course it was onwards for a degustation luncheon at Montegrosso . Within 24 hours Janet ...