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may100  
#1 Posted : Saturday, August 28, 2010 2:42:07 PM(UTC)
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Hello to everyone

It now houses the Trek the AV1.
After I used this forum quite a bit before (in this context a big thank-you to Amnon!), I'd love to get some for myself and to add information on the Trek out of my impressions.

My route took eight days, from two days were actually only half days:

Sunday – flight to Verona, a taxi to the train station, train to VillaBassa, Braies-Lago Di bus and climb to Bialle. It is a short walk on (on the Lake), a type of continuous vertical drop 900 m and then to the cabin. Total, 3:15 hours (mean ב"נטו the walk follows the story through, without any pauses).
Important tips:
1. I arrived only in VillaBassa-00, caught a bus to the Lake at 5:09 pm and started climbing at 17:30 The sunset was supposed to be at 8:34 pm (actual was cloudy and so I couldn't help but notice when exactly has occurred). As a result, I only had 3 hours to complete the hike, which is really not easy, and without "heating", after long hours of sitting. However, because of the pressure the liberty times to stop even for a moment. I got ל"פס" at 8:40 pm, at last light, remains difficult to discern details. From the cabin took 10 minutes, when in the last 20 meters to the hut (plateau) used a flashlight. Although I couldn't resist the chore, I very highly recommend to start climbing so late, even if you are in good shape, since it leaves almost no ל"תקלות gap (equipment or in the body), or pleasure (photos, impression of the scenery Lake etc.).
2. on no maps of Rifugio Bialle. Map of this part of the route (No. 31) only in Sennes.
3. no Bialle at Rifugio shower and drinking water are not good. Therefore you must buy bottled water instead. However, a few minutes walk down the runway to water's fine, as I'm told (haven't tried).

Monday – from Bialle to Rifugio Lavarella Rifugio. Short day of 4 hours. The first track is in decline-Rifugio Sennes relief, continue walking fairly relaxed until the steep gravel road extension to Pederu and immediately followed by a zigzag your way up (not too hard) and a fairly flat to Lavarella.
Tips:
1. on no map of Lavarella the track (No. 3). I found that for the first time only in Rifugio Lagazuoi.
Rifugio Lavarella 2. Beautiful scenery, friendly hospitality, comfortable rooms and a good breakfast.

Tuesday – from Rifugio Lavarella Rifugio Dibona-long day, about 7 hours and more net-especially if, like me, decide to have lunch at Rifugio Lagazuoi, necessarily. The day begins with a steep but short, followed by a walk to Malga Fanes plateau Grande. The track continues on more or less, until the beginning of the ascent to Forcella Del Lago. Fairly steep climb that ends in a steep decline from narrow Lake (Lago Lagazuoi). The Lake begins steep and prolonged till Rifugio Lagazuoi. You can cut about 200 m before the end of the climb down the track (who have no special interest in Rifugio Lagazuoi or scenic views). During the ascent you can distinguish remains of fortifications and trenches from WWI. To various military history moraali-visit inside the tunnels. Rifugio Lagazuoi at large restaurant should be stunning (until you have completed the climb was cloudy). There is also a cable car that connects the top to the bottom of the mountain (not relevant to track), which creates most travellers rush instead.
From there you must descend 200 back? ' of ascent and orbit (left) towards Forcella Col Dei Bos. This part of the track in moderate and not severe. From there I moved up to Rifugio Dibona.
Tips for:
Rifugio Lagazuoi. 1 has maps of all parts of the track. I have with me there in no. 3 and 25 that covered the track on my AV1 itself (not including the section via ferrata).
2 in Divonne dinner is part of the hosting package (i.e. half pension), and it isn't bad at all. However, "weak", and includes bread, butter and jam, and coffee.

Wednesday – from Rifugio Dibona to Passo Giau – 4 hours (gross to me, much more). On this day came with a cumulative fatigue expressed by the first day, so I went a lot better than planned. However, the variance design yielded only good surprises ultimately not hit in the schedule.
The day began with steep and annoying about 1 hour into the forest, the ground is wet, muddy and sliding up. I walked about 2.5 miles away given the road rise (approximately 100 m rising vertically, 30 minutes) to the train station, which brought me a few minutes to Cinque Torri (10 euros). At this point starts climbing isn't hard to Rifugio Averau (currently in the process of new construction), and from there, a long but not difficult (boulders) to Rifugio Nuvolau (about 1 hour total).
From Rifugio Nuvolau decline begins in a way that is "via privatization", and includes new cables and iron ladder in decent shape. This is not a declining, I haven't used special equipment to do so, though travellers used ב"סלינג and helmet. After the walk got uncomfortable (boulders) culminating another steep assisted cables (few more long runs). Then the trail descends up to Paso Giau, steeply and then in moderation. At this point I stopped as noted, long before my plan for the day.
Tips for this day:
1. don't give up. The monotonous half an hour along a long and exhausting climb to save much more in the Woods up the mountain.
2 Rifugio Nuvolau. sell a sandwich "with סלסיצ'ה pearls" (a hamburger) 6. The most delicious and is a complement to the breakfast provided at Divonne.
3. decrease from novlau is selected in the field "via ferrata" for all intents and purposes (as opposed to the way I read stories), although this is a relatively easy way, apparently (I didn't), and a very short (about 10 m in the first section and second section 20 m). Who does not feel comfortable with the aid of ladders and cable should take that into account! In this case there is an alternative that requires back to Rifugio Averau.
4. do not like taking the hotel in the middle of the track. Passo Giau hotels are no dormitoris and therefore took a standard room includes breakfast. Price (single or double) is 69 euros. In return I got: warm hospitality and warm, comfortable room and samples (plasma level), balcony with mountain view, excellent bed, shower and breakfast! In addition, I dinner in the hotel restaurant (silent classical music), which was just awesome and was also an excellent wine (Chianti). Do not panic the tourist clutter (including many bikers) – in the afternoon of the empty area and becomes, with its extraordinary view!
5. on Passo Giau serves local delicacy containing large glass cup filled with berries and whipped cream. Highly recommended!

Thursday – from Passo Giau Sonino Al Rifugio Coldai-– is trying to compensate for the lag that opened the day before. For this I chose the variation through Staulanza. Total – 7 hours.
From Passo Giau climbed to Giau Forcella (approx. 1 hour). A moderate and steep towards the end. From there walk in mild decline, and another type to Forcella Ambrizzola (about 1 hour). At this point you must turn right (don't drop as you might think), and thurles, then for hillside plateau then proceed to decline to Forcella Roan. Crossing the wide pastures of cows sold and the way you go up and down until the clear decrease terminated to Rifugio Citta Di Fiume (30 minutes). From there, cross the river and continue on the forest decline towards the Staulanza. The route initially, and then on a mountainside and in bolderim. Finally reach the road, the other side is Staulanza Rifugio (approx. 1 hour).
From there I continued along the road, below became wide gravel path in the Woods, until another restaurant. From that point begins a steep hillside towards Casera dushat Di Pioda. No way is selected, but you can tell for (you should verify directions with a map). At the end of the climb continue straight until superseded Meadow Trail connects with a gravel road from the right. Keep the gravel road about 400 meters and then down steep and short to the Casera Di Pioda. At this point begins the climb to Rifugio Coldai Sonino Al lasting approximately 1 hour (if you use shortcuts that leading leg plowed mountainside, it takes approx. 45 minutes).
My tips:
1. near Casera Di Pioda has good cold water tap. You can freshen up and fill bottles/bags before drinking.
2. not impressed especially from Rifugio Coldai Sonino Al. The place I am fairly banal, menu at extra charge (Euro 4.5-token), bed very uncomfortable (springs are broken), poor breakfast that included bread, butter, jam and coffee and provided the energy for another day's walk. Half board price (not including shower and drink) is 48 euros, compared to other areas along the track seems Over Priced. However, the hottie came uninvited and fixed me a Bunkhouse (cubicle inside the building where the workers are all twin should get another woman but in fact I was there). If you can get to that day, preferably Tissi apparently (from other travelers heard reports).

Friday – from Rifugio Coldai-Sonino Al Passo Pab.duran – which features approximately 45 hours. The day started so high right-Lite "which included Coldai Lake. The hike to the Lake is short. From there continue on the trend, with many ups and downs, and ends with the ascent to Forcella Di Rean Col. There is apparently a hillside road, which saves most of the ups and downs (non conditions receives) – haven't tried it because it seemed there was still snow on the runway. From there the trail goes into decline, growing grows especially close to Rifugio Vazzoler (total 3 hours net). From there continue in wide gravel coming down steeply and foreclosures until one zigzag your way up a narrow path to continue. The path up and down until the forest begins to climb in zigzag your way up towards consistency exiting the forest. The trail runs along the hillside among boulders, and continues to climb steeply up to Forcella Dellorso Col. From there the trail goes down easy and cost toward the second band – Forcella del Camp.
After descending the Forcella del Camp for most of the way, and towards the end, climbing slightly back to Rifugio b. Carestiato. A gravel road that stretched from there go up and down (decreases) until the road is Pab.duran and the hut Passo which chose to stay — San Sebastiano.
Tips:
1. during the ascent to Forcella Di Col Rean signposted that refers to Tissi. Even if you intend to arrive to Tissi (optional if you don't intend to stay there), it's still way and should continue until a clear sign towards Vazzoler.
2. After approximately 2/3 of the way between Forcella Dellorso Forcella del Col-Camp there in control of blue arrow that points upward. At the same press doesn't show marking the route (Alta via 1) or the target name, but that's exactly the way to go (on a rock near appears as caption to Passo Pab.duran). So ignore the old check Alta via a distance in the same plane, turn decisively left and climb up, and soon more come--bar
3. the day I walked this section of the track was exceptionally hot and humid, slowing progress. Need to take these things into account when the whippin's daily walk. Of course, sunscreens, a hat and plenty of water.
4. after I crossed the Carestiato offered me a lift by car across the road to Passo Duran. The most favourite and it had significantly reduced the segment through tedious and not interesting. If the opportunity comes your way – hot!
5. Paso Duran are two. I stayed as stated in San Sebastiano and enjoyed a warm and welcoming hospitality. The rooms are comfortable and feature private bathrooms for each room. Breakfast not bad, and also includes cold meats and cheeses (go down to the basement). Definitely recommended!

7th day – from Passo-Pian Pab.duran de Fontana – with approximately 6 hours. Easier day than the last, perhaps because it was a little less hot. The first section of the road, including a reduction in the road about 20 minutes until one of the curves, and then continue for a forested and out intermittently. The path ends with a climb to Forcella and Moschesin continues to decline (including climbing a hill in the middle) until the crossroads where there is reference to Sommariva Al Rifugio Pramperet. If there is an interest in Pramperet, then there is no reason to get in there and you can save a few tens of meters of walk. Instead turn right and begin climbing steep immediately the first bar is narrow but impressive. From there continue towards a slight fall across a broad plateau with a "Lunar" barren, and thurles on boulders towards the Forcella-De band Zita Sud. In the last part of the climb is steep, but the result is very rewarding in terms of view (depends on the weather, of course). From there the trail goes into decline, and steep for most of the way up to Rifugio Pian De Fontana.
Tips:
The Rifugio Pian De bedroom in Fontana is the only dormiteris. You should try to arrive early in order to "catch" the most comfortable beds on the ground floor of the main dormiteri structure (and maybe even smaller structure that populates only individuals).
2. in Pian De Rifugio Fontana has no hot water. Have a cold shower in the dormiteri structure. I haven't seen anyone who used the opportunity for a cold shower. The rinse light tap reproduce outside.
3. the ripog reception is great, and despite the Spartan conditions have a good atmosphere in the place. Dinner and delicious (half board), basic breakfast – but it is recommended.
4. in the bripog depends on the schedule of the buses to Belluno from the track ends, who renounces the last part (after Pass Junction 1590). You can also consult with the landlady.

Day eight – from Rifugio Pian De Fontana to Belluno (4 hours net). The easiest day in orbit and half day only. The beginning below the mountainside to a height of about 1490 m. From there a long steep but not have to Forcella La Vareta (total approx. 1 hour). Cross the meadow and to the top of the mountain until the trail starts to Pass Junction 1590. At this point there is a large flat rock that he painted three red arrows (and fading) governing ה"תנועה. Those who keep the last part of the Trek (via privatization requires equipment) continue straight. Others (like me), turn right and continue downhill descents in the Woods up to Rifugio Furio Blanchet (total approx. 1.5 HR). A jeep road haripog out the extension continues the decline. At this time there is a lack of clarity in markup. According to the map, there are 3 ways to get to the road leading to Belluno: the perfect snap through expanding all the way (long track); Deviation from the Giants after a series of bends and new arrival bus station is shortly after La Muda; Continue through the jungle and only variance, then come to one bus and then pass through a beautiful waterfall (La Pisa). In practice, the second option was not checked properly and thus found myself (and other travelers who had come after me) chooses the third option. In terms of time, it extends the way compared to the other option (I think), but decreased through the knees and all. The decline came on the road at a height of about 480 m. The other is the bus that leads to Belluno.
Tips for the last day and then:
1. the bus leading to Belluno is bus 1. Hours in which he moves on La Muda are (among others): 12:30-14:50, and. A few minutes later he comes back to the station where I arrived I trail. To reach the station must cross the road and continue approximately 300 m to a rickety structure surrounded by an orange plastic fence. On temporary bus station listed. For Belluno is 3 euros.
2. the bus stops at the bus stop of Belluno adjacent to the train station. You can proceed directly to the next destination or stay in Belluno (what I did). Belluno a charming town, you can get a room at the heart of the city, walking distance from the train (I chose at Albergo Capello, 50 euros per night including breakfast) and wander around town. There are instead of ancient buildings, churches and a lot of relaxation. Underneath I mentioned there is a very good restaurant where you can eat dinner.
3 trains Verona depart on May 6 and 7 in the morning, and then at 9 in the morning (exchanged at Padua). REM select the 9 train, the main train station of Verona on 13. Recommend Hotel – Trieste. In just one bus station (many lines to him, including 11, 12, 13) and a 5-minute walk from the old town and 10 minutes walk from (ancient Roman Amphitheater) inside the old city.
4. Verona-arena opera tickets can be bought too old that day. It is highly recommended! Verona is worth to spend a couple of hours, an impressive city!!

Equipment that took
Clothing-2 t-shirts, sweat shirt long ndefot funkier head band-Israel, fleece sweats, 2 travel pants apart, 4 pairs of thin (wearing two pairs on each other each time, swapping between them). Bricks.
I took and used rule – t-shirt and pants, a raincoat, rain pants, fleece hat and gloves, fleece (taken as emergency equipment, if you put out there – what almost happened ...).
Against the Sun – wide brimmed hat, sunscreens, lip and body.
And some medications (advil's etc).
Help and survival equipment: sewing, a small knife, compass, drinking water (including mirror inside), flashlight, blanket, handcuffs, whistle, guitar, spare laces, matches, toilet paper, half a small bottle with disinfection fluid, plastic bags in various sizes.
Reading materials and navigation through stories (and the road maps), marker a marker on the map, a thin little book. Music player and cell phone + charger.
Changed and washed silk eyeliner of a sleeping bag, 120 ml of liquid Shampoo (which was also used as SOAP and detergent), small hairbrush, toothpaste and a toothbrush, a tiny cream slippers that fit also for bathing, towel.
Camera and accessories – 2 kg who is an avid photographer like me can reduce the weight of this section.
Walking sticks.
Private bag sealing and compression for the wear.
Total, including backpack and camera (but before) – approx. 9.5 kg

In summary-most enjoyable Trek, walk safe, flexible (you can split clips too short walk of about 4 hours a day) and recommended!
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#2 Posted : Saturday, August 28, 2010 11:33:33 PM(UTC)
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Huet, beautiful. Just jealous.

Pictures.

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#3 Posted : Sunday, August 29, 2010 3:56:22 AM(UTC)
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Thanks for reporting.

Although we envy, but to drool so we need to see picture
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#4 Posted : Sunday, August 29, 2010 11:11:04 AM(UTC)
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Well done and thanks for reporting.

Some questions: did you go alone?

What is the amount of water you'd recommend?

The accommodation booking in advance or while walking?

Do you understand English places?

Thank you

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#5 Posted : Sunday, August 29, 2010 4:14:40 PM(UTC)
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Promise to upload photos later.
About the questions then:
1 Yes, I went alone (although the track is packed with other travellers).
2. regarding water-those who drink a lot. So I went out every morning with 2 liters of water, and warm days filled the bag again. If I remember correctly, the furthest I walked between two points with good drinking water was 3:15 hours (the first day).
3. the accommodation booked another country, but made a few changes while walking. Once the night before, once in the morning and twice for no message just appeared and asked to stay. In this case has obvious advantages for those traveling alone-easier to find one empty seat than several.
4. the accommodation there is always at least one person who could have a conversation in basic English is required to book your accommodations, meals, etc.
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#6 Posted : Sunday, August 29, 2010 9:44:51 PM(UTC)
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Some information about expenses without flights.

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#7 Posted : Monday, August 30, 2010 12:58:45 AM(UTC)
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Well, first of all.

Rifugio Lavarella



Rifugio Lavarella next



Lago Lagazuoi



Next to Rifugio dibona



Cinque Torri



From Rifugio Nuvolau decline



Sunset near Sonino del Rifugio Coldai



Zita Forcella. De Sud

may100  
#8 Posted : Monday, August 30, 2010 1:30:10 AM(UTC)
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And expenses:

Travel

Bus from the airport to the railway station of Verona-4.5 euros.
A taxi to the same far-23-25 euro.
Train from Verona to-16.5 EUR oilabasha.
Bus from Lago di oilabasha-Reyes on September 4 euros (don't remember exactly).
Bus to Belluno-3 piece dress.
Belluno train to Verona-10 euro.
Total internal travel: 38 euros.

Accommodation and meals

Dormitoris accommodation including breakfast-25 euro.
Half-board accommodation in dormitoris-48 euros.
Appetizer (inistrona soup, Spaghetti Bolognese, etc)-7-8 euro (the packet is also suitable as a lunch or dinner without particularly hungry, and comes with a basket of breads).
Relish (potato goulash with more complex/pasta/steak with salad, etc)-10-14 euros.
Dessert (pie/strudel/other fruit) 3-4 euros.
Pint (0.4 litres) 3.5 4.
Small beer (0.2 liters) to 2 euros.
Mineral water (0.5 liter)-as 1.5 euros.
Small wine kroff (0.25 litre)-approximately 1.5 euro.
A glass of wine (Chianti) 3-5 euro (depending on the year).
Chocolate (100 g) 2-2.5 euros.
Hot chocolate/Cappuccino-1.5-2 euro.

I can say I'm eating and drinking with good appetite, including alcohol and soda, no accountable to myself about the costs and the breakfast served for 50-55 euros.

The only exception: hotel where I stayed the night IV (Paso ji?o) paid 69 euros per night including breakfast (which is also the price doubles as mentioned above), and ate a fancy dinner of 3 specials and wine about 30 EUR.

Additional expenses
7.5 euro maps to map (3 maps-22.5 EUR).
Serial cable to the 10 euro.
Shower token in Lago koldi-4.5 euros.

Total spent on Trek, including lunch, a drink and the rest 60-70 euros per day (excluding the day when I was at that came to 110 euros including lunch).

Hotels in cities
Belluno-Hotel cost 50 euros. Excellent dinner including Starter and גנוצ'י a bleeding steak with potatoes and second dose-30 euros kroff
Verona-Hotel cost 95 euros. Entering the arena-6 euros. Opera ticket EUR 25.5 The Roman Museum entry 4 euros (including the three exhibitions logon). Dinner prices are similar to those of Belluno.

Final summary, including symbolic gifts, souvenirs and logging to websites-$ 4000 to 10 days, which in itself I got 600 euro 550-and everyone else in the cities.

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#9 Posted : Monday, August 30, 2010 10:58:02 AM(UTC)
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Hey may

Well done on the investment in the detailed description. Giving information. Thank you for the beautiful pictures.

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#10 Posted : Monday, August 30, 2010 11:37:52 AM(UTC)
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Thanks for the info, lodging prices are uniform throughout the rpiogis-
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#11 Posted : Monday, August 30, 2010 12:48:06 PM(UTC)
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Don't. But they indicated rates around.
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#12 Posted : Tuesday, August 31, 2010 8:42:22 AM(UTC)
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Hey Maya.
Glad everything worked out and moved on.
Thanks for the information.
The following year, AV2?

may100  
#13 Posted : Tuesday, August 31, 2010 5:06:17 PM(UTC)
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Hey Amnon,
Thank you for all your help before I found!
AV2 definitely out of the question. But with demand Prata ":) ל"ויה
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#14 Posted : Tuesday, September 14, 2010 9:25:25 AM(UTC)
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May,

1. do not take with you? We are currently deciding applications.

2. quick, did you change anything in your Division?

Thank you

Shiri

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#15 Posted : Thursday, September 16, 2010 12:54:14 AM(UTC)
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Shiri,
1 I've never and was missing. The weight and bag space (new, requires a larger portfolio and additional weight). I took the liner out of the pounds that was enough for me to sleep. The pillow covered in my fleece so that your head rests on the inner side of the fleece.
2. I don't think any dramatic change would divide. Overall, most of what I wanted to change, changed while walking. If you can get to a place to coldai tissi? that's probably better. In addition, it is possible to unite the two days one long day, but if you don't start the Trek in top shape, it should The two at first light make it possible to gradually accustom the body to effort and also enjoy the first days.
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#16 Posted : Tuesday, September 21, 2010 4:07:04 PM(UTC)
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Is it possible to pay by credit card or rpiogis have to pay in cash? (Got an appetite and probably go the AV1 next year.)

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#17 Posted : Tuesday, September 21, 2010 4:09:33 PM(UTC)
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Don't count, I think not.

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#18 Posted : Tuesday, September 21, 2010 10:43:25 PM(UTC)
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Haven't tried, but I haven't seen anybody who pays by credit card.
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#19 Posted : Tuesday, September 21, 2010 10:57:13 PM(UTC)
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Wow!
Thank you ~!
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#20 Posted : Wednesday, September 22, 2010 1:04:20 AM(UTC)
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Wow ... Amazing picture! Really does want to drop everything and go for a walk.
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