We returned to the hotel and went searching for dinner. After rejecting some fairly nice restaurants, we settled on a "hole-in-the-wall" pizza joint next to the hotel. With limited seating, we ordered "to go" and ate on a bench in the main square. The pizza rivaled some of the best I've ever had (not quite up to par with Sally's in New Haven, CT, but close). (After sampling "real" pizza, it's hard to fathom how anyone can be satisfied with Domino's or Pizza Hut. The crust should be thin, firm and crunchy — this place had it. Case closed!). We finished after 7pm, the closing time for most of the bakeries where we had intended on availing ourselves of dessert. So we decided to have apple strudel, the local delicacy, in the hotel's restaurant. It was quite good, a natural "feel", not overburdened by a lot of sugar. Then off to bed. Not having slept for a day, it was quite easy to doze off by 8pm, even with the sun still shining. I awoke at about 5am (which was really 11pm the night before, according to my body). I felt well-rested and, so far, not affected by jet lag. The activities today feature a press conference featuring some of the meet's athletes, including Prezel Hardy, the world youth leader from the US. Reports of today's activities are forthcoming.