Carlo Alberto Hotel Ristorante
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Stopped here for the night, couldn't make Monaco.
The town is called Cuneo, it's got a lovely main piazza with bars and restaurants all round.
Is a bit out of the way, and I think is a base camp for skiing in the winter.
The B&B was great value, absolutely spotless room, with underground parking, worth a call if you're in that area.
So off to San Remo, which means mountains, got to find a Garmin store, as Sally can't find London, I spell it ...
... amp; 11:53. Go figure. How anyone actually knows what the time is I have no idea. Spent an afternoon in Turin city itself. As we'd already experienced in Florence most of the town was off on holiday for the month so the place seemed really empty. It was also around lunchtime, so anyone who wasn't on holiday had actually headed home for their midday break. We did however find one store open... a wine shop. Managed to get our hands on a couple of bottles ...
Packed my suitcase and went down the many steps for the last time. Took my time going down the hill for the last time. We are taking a cab to the train station and will try once again to get my rebate for lack of air conditioning on the train the other day. Not possible. Annalia will have to do it for me. Had ...
Taking care of loose ends. Went for lunch at another friend of Annalia's, Rosanna. Stopped at the post office to mail important papers. Only took 45 minutes to process. Words cannot describe Rosanna's apartment. She is a collector of all sorts knickknacks. In every room. I'm sorry I wasn't able to take photos of the different rooms. The living room had floor to ...
... to the cemetery to visit her parent's grave site. I know this sounds crazy but it was really quite something. I've never seen such elaborate crypts. One interesting site is a memorial to those from Torino who died in concentration camps in WWII. Ashes of those gassed are in a commemorative box. A very moving moment. Also visited the Jewish section of the cemetery where writer Primo Levi is ...