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... very carefully for anything you buy. Keep your hobby area well organized and clean up at the end of every session. If you can, take lessons for a more experienced person. Your hobby is going to be enjoyable for a lot of years if you're safe when you do it.
Now that you have some solid advice on hobbies, you are ready to find your best fit. From knitting to playing sports, there are many options out there. By taking your time when picking the best hobby, you will pick a great ...
... br> Meandered through the old town and had light meal at a small café then bought some groceries to take back to our room at the Oasis Hotel.
... city of Alba for one day of the every-weekend-in-October truffle festival. Dozens of street vendors lined the streets selling truffles, mushrooms, vegetables, spices, nuts, wine and sweets. The "truffle market" itself was held in a huge closed tent, with dozens of truffle vendors, and a "guarantee" judge where one took the purchased truffle to certify the quality and authenticity of said truffle. When we saw the prices, we understood why shopper would ...
... style buffet, great coffee. Turns out that Jean, an English woman who's been here 30 years, owns the place and works here. Her great English certainly makes things easier, discussing and booking activities. We are warming to the place after our initial apprehension. Went off in search of a manicure in town but had to book an appointment for tomorrow. What do you do to console yourself? Test the gelati of course. Yes, it's as good here in Saluzzo as elsewhere. Then off ...
... Back in action and able to switch Aggers on to guide us again, this time happy to take motorways! It was an easy drive north from Ventimiglia to Saluzzo, along the valley floor, cutting back into France then back across the border into Italy again. Some dramatic and changing scenery as you leave the coast. Steep rocky peaks and a pretty river, quite a few old towns built into the sides of these mountains. There's a tunnel just over ...