Albergo Ristorante Bucaneve
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... that opened my heart and allowed me to truly grasp how lucky and blessed i am. i am so grateful for all i have. i am so grateful for all that has happened to get me here. although i get nervous about things and bad things have happen they happen for a reason. for this. for the beauty of life. words cannot capture the enormity of a moment like this. nor can a photo. a photo only allows you to see it, not feel it. yet i will attempt to describe it. it's as if everything ...
My adventure has begun and my goodness is it full on.
After 21hours of flying we arrived in Milano airport, we waited and waited and waited for my bag and guess what. It didn't come.
It was a bit stressful, i guess... not having my stuff and not feeling fully comfortable but it came, eventually. So all is good now.
The most difficult part so far is obviously the ...
... t driving through high mountains, but there was still quite a lot of hills to climb, small villages along the was and some of the hilltops offered great views of the area.
I stopped at a service station up near Vercelli in the central plains of North Italy. Had a coffee, a snack and had time to charge my phone and camera at a makeshift charging station. My bum and shoulders was starting to ache, but I still had a ...
... language. Finally I excuse myself and head off to explore the town. I check out this relgious compound, taking my video clip in a beautiful inner courtyard/garden... then on through town where I come across a smaller but equally beautiful synagogue in gray and white stripes, Genovan style. On the wall is a sobering list of the Jewish victims during World War II... A wander around a little more, then declare my second Piedmont province officially ...
... is in pretty sad shape, overgrown with weeds. As I sit on a bench to play some music, an older fellow joins me and bemoans the state of the castle "Once they let weeds grow in it, those weeds start slowly tearing the brick apart, eventually destroying our historical heritage" His attention turns towards my guitar. "I'm starting to learn guitar... could I buy this one from you?" he asks after giving it a try. As much as I'd like to encourage an aspiring ...