A stonemason would be more for buildings I think, so probably "paver"Haha, you are right - so what is it called in English, if your vocation is laying cobblestones?
In Danish it's called a "bridge layer", which makes no sense, except that the stones are called "bridge stones".
Same in South Tyrol.But isn't paver more general, so that it includes people that do asphalt work?
In Denmark laying cobblestones is a very specific job (and education), that pertains ONLY to laying stones.
There is a lot of climbing competition for breaks at the Tour. Yates, Mollema, Nibali, Bilbao, Haig, O'Connor, Lutsenko, Izagirre, D.Martin etc are all stage hunting from the start so 2 wins is very unlikely.Great to see Fuglsang has found his form again, has has really looked good this race.
I wouldn't put 2 stage wins in the Tour past him - maybe even polkadots as well
How are they pronouncing it?
Sorry, guys, seems like I was wrongEmphasis should be on the middle syllable.