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... cherry tomatoes. Susan had homemade ravioli filled with ricotta cheese and spinach in a sauce of rosemary and topped with bacon and smoked ham. We have all day today to ride and anticipate another fabulous meal tonight! Both of us are holding up well and settling into the routine of riding, searching for accommodations and eating. ...
... things cost me 7 Euros! That's almost $11.00. Should have brought some with me and the stuff we can get in Canada is much stronger. Note to self...bring lozenges next time I travel to Europe, if there is a next time. One things for sure...next time, all bags on wheels. I am not a backpacker kind of trekker. I'd much rather drag the wheeled luggage behind me. Just buy semi-cheap luggage so that if it does get trashed on the uneven sidewalks it's ...
This is it! The final day of racing. Win or lose, this will be a special day for all of us. It will be the last day of Dragonboat racing for this season. For some, it just means the end of one year and after a brief break, the start of the next year. Others, it's the end of dragon boating with this team. For me, I haven't decided yet but if I do continue with this team and ...
After a day off from racing, at least for my team, the seniors were racing yesterday with the women taking gold, we were ready for the next set of races. The 200m race is truly a dash to the end. It is one gruelling race as there's no time for mistakes. You've got to give it your all and then some. We had a tough first heat going against two other Canadian teams, one of which had beaten us the first day, and a strong German team. The ...
... of floor slabs on display in what used to be the main entrance hall, if you walk around the building to the bottom of the turret, you'll find a small door with a narrow circular staircase inside. The top of the stairs open up into a room about the size of an I law suite over a double car garage. In here were some very well preserved mosaics. Although you can't touch them, you can get a really close look at the details and those were amazing! How could ...