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... thought there would have been some miles that were neither one nor the other. For example in France everyone I passed said "Bonjour" almost without exception. In Italy almost nobody acknowledges me. They are all far too cool or possibly I now look in such a state. The French have a peculiar understanding of what a pavement is for. For them it is a place to park the car. I am not talking of putting a couple of wheels ...
... rucksack for my glasses which are always kept there only to find they weren't there this time. With everything over 18 inches away now very fuzzy I had to find my way back to the hostel preferably getting my tea as well. As you will appreciate these hostels are never in the most salubrious of areas. Naturally it was dark by this time. No harm done though and I managed to get a doner pizza and a drink for 8€ on the ...
... Off we go to our hotel to get our bags and rush to airport. On the way our of the hotel Guido is waiting with one more family member named Roberto. What a nice surprise :-). After talking a bit we head off to the airport were we say goodbye to Guido . Italy was fabulous. Seeing family was wonderful ! Will miss Italy as well as my family! Arrivederci ...
Today we sleep in a bit and get ready for another full day. Walter picks us up at 11:00 to see some sights. Our first stop is to a beautiful park in Torino . I can't remember the name but its suppose to be a park for lovers. After the park we go to a medieval castle of Valentino , which was built to host the ancient art section of the1884 Turin expo., along the Po river. All the buildings are copies of 15th centuries models from Valle D'Aosta and Piedmont. Then we ...
Today we start off the day with Guido and Bruna picking us up and taking us for a walk around the city. We stop for coffee before we move on to the Egyptian museum . Oh my what a sight. Very much worth looking at! We then stop for lunch and walk a bit more. After lunch we went on to Mary Teresa house for some coffee and to ...
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