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mlern wrote a review Jan 2019
Martinez, California20 contributions24 helpful votes
If you love pizzas, then this lovely little restaurant, located off of M Street in Georgetown, is where you need to visit. The prices are very reasonable for the amount of food you get. The house salad the four of us ordered was plenty and delicious. Wonderful and quick service. Check them out because you won’t be disappointed.
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Date of experience: January 2019
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Belle0303 wrote a review Jun 2017
Brooklyn, New York238 contributions62 helpful votes
My husband rented a regular mountain bike but I got an e-bike and highly recommend an e-bike for those who are not hardcore mountain bikers because those hills can be killer! The terrain is so beautiful and diverse. The paths are well maintained.
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Date of experience: June 2017
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mauriziotani wrote a review Dec 2016
Reykjavik, Iceland53 contributions24 helpful votes
Following the channel build during the reign of Leopold I, the king who abolished first in Western World death penalty and torture in 1786, to improve agriculture in Chiana Valley, the trail (well marked) brings you to know better Tuscan civilisation. You can start in Arezzo, the magnificent medieval town warlord pro Empire bishops (Guglielmino Ubertini), pass close to Cortona (famouse for its Etruscan museum) and end in Chiusi, the city of the Etruscan king who defited Rome (Lars Porsenna). On a MTB you will enjoy the trail better (generally MTB is the best way to enjoy Toscany, your Tuscany!).
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Date of experience: July 2016
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andrewasroma wrote a review Jun 2016
Rome, Italy291 contributions103 helpful votes
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We were very excited to explore Il Sentiero della Bonifica, but unfortunately it was a let down. We did it from Chiusi train station to Arezzo. The most interesting part is near the main lake where there is also a good restaurant. The rest is very boring with not much to see. The trrrain is very hard especially from Km 15 to 35 where basically you cycle on grass. There are no point of emergency apart from few bars when you cross a local road. A real disappointment.
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Date of experience: June 2016
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