Castello San Giuseppe
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... was built 859 as a fortress. It has the most amazing medieval terraces with an internal garden and the most beautiful room I have ever seen. The poor bellboy who had to carry our bulging suitcases up these stairs (no lift of course) We had a tour of the Castle with the same fellow (who turns out to be the waiter in the fancy Restaurant as well) and even though it was in Italian it was really good. We picked up enough ...
... becomes more of a marvel.
I left Biella yesterday for the first time. All by myself. On a train. The key thing to remember is 'Don't Stress, Don't Panic' and all will be good and dandy.
I met with Ellen at the station with the australian way of finding someone-stick your hand up and start yelling- it worked wonders.
It was beautiful in Milano, very big, very elaborate. Especially the Duomo! The only way i can describe it is very pointy.
... gian) 8. Ginny is very affectionate, she loves to appreciate everything. Gully is very active, funny and smart. He's the best at english. and Gian is a bit shy bit he's starting to warm up to me.
So far i've seen a bit of my town; Biella. It is absolutely beautiful, breathtaking. It is the iconic italy you see in books and photos. On Sunday the 1st we went horse riding, which was painful ...
Pottered about the little town of Pella near to where we are staying. Sat on wooden bench on quayside scoffing a gelato each like oldies do apparently. Delightful. Have now planned next step over the Simplon pass to stay in a small hotel in Chamonix, hoping to see Mont Blanc before the weather closes in. From there working our way back to the channel coast over 4-5 days. All fine and jalopy holding up so far - touch wood. Love to you all again. ...
... that occured in Etroubles, the first decent-sized town I passed through after entering the country. I decided to eat at a restaurant offering regional cooking but was a little surprised to find it had no menu (or prices). I was offered a dish which sounded like it wouldn't contain mushrooms, so I said "yes", and I said the same when a second dish was offered me. When it came to paying, the owner said it would be 15euros. I had no idea whether this was the correct price but ...