Castello di San Sebastiano da Po
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... and glass case and covered by a cloth for protection. But is was pleasant to sit and contemplate this piece of history with out a crowd. So still not sure what the queue was for! some art exhibition possibly.
While we have been touring around Italy Nic has been sailing hard at the 125 National titles, in Tumby Bay SA and he skippered his boat to an impressive 6th position overall. Well done to Nic & his crew. Watch out next year with the new boat and home ...
... have only worn our lightweight jackets a couple of times, and have needed our rain macs just once, so we have been incredibly lucky. Chambery has an amazing history, having been the capital of the Savoie region, and it has been part of Italy, Austria and France at one time or another. We did a lap of the town before a late dinner in an Italian restaurant - this is the way to ease yourself away from Italy and into France! The food was superb, as was the chianti that washed it ...
... city of Alba for one day of the every-weekend-in-October truffle festival. Dozens of street vendors lined the streets selling truffles, mushrooms, vegetables, spices, nuts, wine and sweets. The "truffle market" itself was held in a huge closed tent, with dozens of truffle vendors, and a "guarantee" judge where one took the purchased truffle to certify the quality and authenticity of said truffle. When we saw the prices, we understood why shopper would ...
... ahead. The Italian entrance was very
understated. We dropped downhill to Chalon and were immediately
tempted to stop for a beer in the warm sun. Finally we felt like we
were on holiday in this little Alpine tourist village.
Further down the road
we rejoined the motorway and knocked out the miles to Turin. The
scenery was much more pleasant to the eye than in France. The ride
into Turin was nerve racking, in fact ...
... a village event to mark the opening of an exhibition by two local artists - one a painter, the other a craft wood-worker. The event was to start at 8.30pm with a brass band, followed by free eats and drinks, before the formal opening of the exhibition. Unfortunately for me, the concert and several rounds of speeches went on so long I was left with no option but to forgo the refreshments and expo and retire to bed at 10.30pm.
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