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Nothing was planned for the morning so we decided to take a walk around the local neighbourhood. We checked out the daily markets and also wandered around a small supermarket checking out the different products available.
After another beautiful home-cooked lunch we went to Parco del Valentino, a massive historical public park stretching around 10km along the River Po. We strolled through part of the parklands, ...
... a bit guilty as I speed walk, looking for the city center and speed sing through my park bench concert... Luckily there is a beautiful cathedral that works well for my video clip. On the inside the cathedral is even more beautiful with paintings everywhere--even up and down the pillars. One thing I do find a bit odd, is it seems ...
Day 294 2 hrs, 3.6 kms Of course I've got to check out a town with a name like this! I get off the train just as high school students get out for lunch break and join a crowd of them in a doner shop for a sandwich shop. Nice town to wander around in, with part of the city up on a ridge, with some castle like homes... and yes, you can buy a bra in Bra, in case you were ...
Day 294 3 hrs, 1.7 kms Now it's time to head east completing my Piedmont loop. I've still got two more provinces to do, but I should still be able to squeeze a couple towns along the way. My first stop, Cavallomaggiore is a small town with lots and lots of churches... several in each block. I stop in a shop and the shopkeeper gets to chatting with me and I ask her about it. "People are quite religious here" she goes on to tell me about the religious trips she has gone ...
, Day 293 12 hrs, 23.3 kms And finally, Torino, Italy's fourth largest city, and the capital of Piedmont and for a short time, of Italy. It's also in the heartland of Italy's most productive indutrial region, dubbed "The Detroit of Italy" for its importance in automobile production. Of course, nobody wants to use that analogy today. Detroit sits in ruins, while Torino continues to thrive. It's late in the day, so my first priority is to find a hostel. ...