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Fight for Pink: 2013 Giro d'Italia

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Does anyone here follow the Giro d'Italia? Ten more days! And May is such a perfect time to be in Italy (or France, etc...)

For whatever reason, luck, etc., I've had a number of years in which I found myself in Italy in May and always seemed to be within shouting distance of at least one stage of the Giro.

Last year, May 2012, my Mom and I actually saw a stage - the starting line of the stage from Limone sul Garda. I still haven't posted photos from that entire Northern Italy trip, I'll get on that soon - stay tuned.

At any rate, the Giro starts in ten days and as luck would have it, for the first time my "May Italy dates" will not be near the Giro. It starts in Naples and goes to the coast before I even leave home.

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