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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 ...
... now in the hostel which specialises in providing for pilgrims. As I have only came across 2 others in over 5 weeks it seems a bit of a niche market to me. But sure enough no sooner was I in the dormitory than a Swiss pilgrim turned up. All very chummy. Later on I headed into the big city to get something to eat. Made a slight error while on my way back, still hungry, when I discarded my daily contact lenses, looked in ...
... 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 ...
... to lunch at Guido and Bruna's house. Another lovely afternoon. We later go to a church on the hill the Superga Basilica ,which has some interesting history. This was the sight of a plane crash around 1949 which killed a total of 31 people of which 18 belonging to the national team , the best of the best of Italian football team. Then we are off to do a bit more sight seeing . After a nice gelato we go back to the hotel . Another wonderful but exhausting day. Buona ...
... relatives . Anna and her two daughters , Mario , Maria Teresa's husband. After coffee we traveled to the family mausoleum to deliver the ashes of Virginia ( really ******* me). We then went to a town called Racconigi were my dads father had stayed a while before moving to Torino. We walked around the town and came a pond ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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