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... the masons. We were treated to a reenactment in the dark about an unusual member principessa Maria Christina of the ruling Savoy family. Although married to the king, she was sent to a castle away from Torino during the plague. There she took several lovers who were mysteriously found dead floating down a river. Enjoyed the tour even though I missed a lot. It was late so we took a taxi back to the house which was fine by ...
... I explored the Asiago streets
– it was deserted as the town closes down for the long lunch break. We looked
at the ice skating rink and local “Tree Adventures’ type playground. We spied
a Gelato shop, but had to wait until 2.30 to get our daily fix – Lampone (raspberry) and double chocolate for me.
Back to our hotel for a big diary catch-up. Laura ...
... we think now was one of the gates to the town and therefore part of the 14th century walls.
There were a group of men who Nico said would be former Alpine soldiers (Alpino) singing as a group, at one end. There were some great voices amongst them.
We then went into a pub, Taverna Al Ponte, that had an Alpine Troop museum beneath. It was the day after Italy had been eliminated from the World Cup but the barman said people from NZ were still welcome. Maybe the fact ...
... and also to sell to locals. They use traditional methods which are time consuming but make a lovely product. W had some of the salami for tea and it tasted so fresh but was in fact 14 months old. They will not serve it until it has aged for a few months
We were given a map and advice and set off for a drive down the valley. We wanted to find a specific place for lunch and an internet café. Instead we had a great time finding neither. We met ...
As I write this our train is speeding away from Venice. My travel companions, Grace and Colleen, are sitting across from me reading and listening to their iPods as I begin this update/reflection on the great times in Venice. We arrived two nights ago by air from Paris. Everything went smoothly. I mean as smoothly as things can go while I had two huge pieces of luggage (both overweight, darn!) dragging them through the streets and over the bridges ...