Tenuta due laghi
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... the outskirts.
Could I continue? Yes. But even though I love my bike, I'm glad to be jumping off and am looking forward to being a tourist, wandering around Rome with David.
What's next? The days of being able to do these epic trips are waning as the years roll by but I am seriously tempted by the idea of cycling next year from Paris to Moscow. Anyone interested? Chrissie x
Elevation+ approx 1450
Elevation- approx 1400
I have a great night's sleep and what follows is one of the worst day's on the bike of the tour. My microcosm is about to burst. This incredibly intense focus on cycling, eating, sleeping seems to take more mental energy than physical and the slightest let up in concentration turns my iron thighs to jelly. I'm thinking of Rome. ...
... of my favorite winery I've been to. The women who gave the tour is a fourth generation winery owner. She was great. You could really see the passion, that it wasn't just a job her giving us the tour that she really cared about the place. One of the things I like about wine tours are seeing all the parts of going into making the wine. The nitty gitty of the place you could say. We got to see all of those parts. She showed us their wine cellar, where they keep ...
... boisterous, friendly Italian man. He moved back to Castlenuovo di Farfa to help run the family butcher shop currently, owned by his uncle. The shop originally opened in 1869 and his uncle doesn't have anyone children who want to run the business. Our butcher friend returned to see if it would be possible to make a living in this small village. We had a great conversation and tasty samples before buying some extra protein for our lunch. Then we were on our way. After some ...
... villa. Here have been found numerous archaeological sites, among them funeral monuments, remains of villas and the picturesque bridge over the Farfa river. After the Roman Empire, news about Mompeo is found in 817 in the Farfa Register, as the territory belonging to the Abbey. (We are hiking to the Abbey tomorrow) With a few miles left on the road we met up with our Scottish and German friends - Kim and ...