La Foresteria del Castello
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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 ...
... was good. After checking I went to get something to eat. This was a little more challenging. The lady kept saying things to me and I had no idea what she said. I finally managed to buy a sandwich and a drink and we went for a walk. We were still hungry and found a McDonalds so figured that we should be able to order something so I sent Peter in to order this ...
Started another blog. Thought 13 deserved one all to itself. On the train. Bugger. Forgot to buy lunch. It's only 11.05am. ( But I did miss 2nd Breakfast.) The train does arrive in the Cinque Terre at 2.20pm. There is an 11 minute stop for train changing at Sestri Levante at 1.35pm. But doubt I can fit a food stop in there. ...
We had settled for the
more expensive route to Turin via the Mont Blanc Tunnel. How could
we not really? The scenery improved from flat agricultural plains to
hills, tunnels and viaducts. We estimated by the end of the day that
we had probably been underground for a hundred miles in the last
twenty four hours. As the road wound up hill into the Alps, we passed
Geneva and then the ice diamond of Mont Blanc came into view. Our