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    Re: riding out/warming light

    Quote Originally Posted by emsr2d2 View Post
    For info, the Italian "autostrada" translates to "motorway" in BrE. To reach the motorway that goes from Rome to Florence, you have to drive out of central Rome. I would expect "ride" to be used with a motorbike.
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    #12

    Re: riding out/warming light

    Oh! I was convinced it was "autovia" in both Spanish and Italian. I stand corrected.
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    #13

    Re: riding out/warming light

    At sunset the colors of the light change. This could be the "warming" effect that is mentioned.

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