|We left from the port|
|I was a little nervous at first because I was the 'driver' and controlled the brake...|
|I relaxed a little when I saw that these people had their dog in the front basket.. so how hard could it be|
|E's brother in law, leading the way|
|Because our vehicle is a little more difficult to maneuver, he had to keep coming back to make sure we were ok...|
|But boy... we were more than ok..|
|There are beautiful houses all along the bike path|
The city had to make a decision about what to do with the old train tracks when the new high speed trains were being put in. They made the (amazing) decision to pave a bike path over them along the water. People bike, jog, walk... enjoy the path as much as they can. The view is absolutely breathtaking and they definitely made the right decision. The people in San Remo truly appreciate and get great use out of the path.
|Because the bike path is build over the old railroad tracks, you go in and out of tunnels|
|The Sea is there the entire way|
|Prince E was just enjoying the ride... while we did all the work.|
|A church being worked on|
|Enjoying the view|
We did around 15 kilometers before going home to enjoy a lunch at E's sister's house. The path goes for over 100 km and runs all along the sea. Seeing as we just got in from a long night of eating delicious food and enjoying great wine, it may not be the last I've seen of the bike path. We shall meet again... perhaps tomorrow. So I say buona notte to all.