Sanremo, Italy

Friday, November 30, 1928

I was off shortly after seven and rode to San Remos [Sanremo], a distance of 95 miles. The scenery was very beautiful along the Italian Riviera, many bays, small resort towns very picturesque with their light-colored buildings standing out in sharp contrast to the dark towering hills. The road followed the coast and was not so bad at all. Once I took a horseshoe turn too fast and Scotsy and I parted, I going over the handle-bars and doing a few trick flops in the road. Sanremo is a favorite on the Italian Riviera and a beautiful town—supposedly very gay. $1.16.

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