#357 - Tobt351web: Move On - in XVI. Escape From Oblivion's Gate

Tobt351web: Move On

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Ariane Eldar

Ariane Eldar Ariane Eldar said:

And please-please don't forget to vote for me, darlings!

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5th May 2021, 9:35 PM



vaslittlecrow vaslittlecrow

That was a fantastic show!

29th May 2021, 12:50 AM

Ariane Eldar

Ariane Eldar Ariane Eldar

Thank you, darling!

29th May 2021, 7:25 AM


jawbone jawbone

You cockeyed optimist, you!

29th May 2021, 1:58 AM

Ariane Eldar

Ariane Eldar Ariane Eldar

Ah, I've done much-much worse trips...

29th May 2021, 7:26 AM


lirvilas lirvilas

four hundred miles is an easy ride on the interstate

but they ain't on the interstate

29th May 2021, 4:31 AM

Ariane Eldar

Ariane Eldar Ariane Eldar

Pffft, but we haven't got much traffic on the road!

29th May 2021, 7:27 AM


jawbone jawbone

Easy for you to say; I prefer the secondaries, former high-end motorways (freeways in and of themselves or pre-freeway two or four lane thoroughfares) which actually lead right through cities and towns. Route 66 is a primary example.

In Yurrup I tended to stay off the autobahns/limited-access motorways ; in actuality, I preferred to travel by rail. Aside from two round trips Vicenza-Monza in 1967and 1968 and one trip Venezia-Vicenza in the middle of the back seat of my friend's Alfa Due Sei Sprint, and once in 1968 driving a friend's FIAT 124 Spyder Venezia-Vicenza because he was too drunk, it was all by rail. (or in one case late 1968, Vicenza-N├╝rnberg mostly (a bit more than 50% with short rides into the next town) via Shank's Mare.

31st May 2021, 9:27 PM


Stilldown Stilldown

I recall seeing the Fiat 124 often; but the spider version was extremly rare. Most Alfa Romeo's you would see was the Alfasud, sometimes the Giuila (rare) or the Spider. I don't think I was ever lucky enough to see a Montreal. They were even rarer then the Citroen SM.

1st Jun 2021, 7:30 AM

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