Verona’s good luck bird, polished by many hands as they pass.
One last shot from Verona–someone else loves the graphic quality of Hundertwasser as much as I do
and now on our way…
We have cycled 55 kilometers each of the last two days along canals and wooded trails stopping in small villages for latte macchiato. The damage from the recent earthquake was evident. These bells were removed from a crumpling church tower.
and finally back to the barge to enjoy the edge of a glorious day
Oh my, my bum is sympathetically sore just thinking of all of that time ‘in the saddle’. It sure looks pretty – and I’m still jealous all the same…. 😉
happy to be able to follow along….
Those are some klunkers to be riding 50+ kms !
We are all very impressed
How’s the food???
I wish I had a bike like this at home. They are Gazelles, €800 each. Ride beautifully. Total 232 kms. I really loved it all.
Food on the barge is extraordinary. Last night we had mussels and clams (local and fresh), sea bass and apple tart. You would lovr it for sure!
Now 4 days in Venice.
Collin your mom did great riding. The bikes had good components the main issue is they are very heavy. i was impressed with how well they glided! The seats were not that great!
the tour guide told me they cost them 800euro to buy. Recommending your mom gets sometbhing much lighter with good components and goodddd wheels.