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Travel Blogs from Casarsa della Delizia
... in Pamplona, Lake Caspe and Barcelona and who have taken a different route to us but our paths have crossed again. So we swapped a few stories and then said our goodbyes again and went for our swim. What was a nice peaceful swimming pool was no longer, it is an indoor pool and the screams of Lily and Ruby as they took turns strangling and surfing on Tim echoed around the pool. After our swim we had not much time left to make and eat ...
... used to and I ended up just having
them on my head and pulling them down to check the intricate detail – of which
there was plenty! It took me over an hour to complete 2.4km!! The terrain was
rocky, detailed and confusing! I was 6th out of 17 runners - the
last lady in my grade took 2 hours and 15 minutes -perseverance!
Lizzie won by nearly 3 minutes, Greta had a mispunch (missing
a control in a long line of controls in the ...
... instead of curtains. Tim, Laura and I are sharing a room, Lizzie &
Malcom in another and Ross & Greta in 2 other rooms.
After lunch we headed up to the event on the map “Foresta
del Cansiglio” – I got my first stint of European driving…15kilometres of
mountain road. I survived!
As I headed to the start it began to rain quite heavily. My
... is obviously a risk for Tom with his fussiness, the first course was a salad with cold Veg and the second was Chicken with Rice and Mushrooms - It was (Tom says apart from the rice which he ate, it was much like Sarah's experience in the Cable car just with less sweating!!) the best food we have had all trip!!
We are really looking forward to the rest of our time in Italy, next stop is Venice...
... the north. I have to keep reminding myself that Italy is a youngish county forming in 1861 and they seem very regionally minded rather than national minded.
Observation: It looks like every Italian knows how to grow a very productive vegie garden on the tiniest amount of soil.
We left Pesariis and headed to Udine to visit more of Linda's relatives. On the way we stopped at Palmanova to ...