Foresteria Conti Roero
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... much today. We were apparently near the main centre so we walked in that direction and came across a busier area with shops etc. We popped into a few as we walked along but I can’t say that the Italian fashion really appealed to me. Then we happened to stumble across a square in which a big platform stage had been set up with rows and rows of red chairs for the audience. There was already a lot of people sitting down and the orchestra was playing some ...
... the children wolfed it down and raved about how good it was so they are definitely over eating out and/or on the run!! After dinner the 3 youngest and I went for a walk and watched the medieval troupes all packing up. Was approached by a teenager asking for money. Although it is light it was still 9:15pm. There is a false sense of security with this extended light. I said no. He smelled of cigarettes so I figured he couldn't be too hungry. He was a little bit persistent so ...
... amp; rainy. We passed a big ski resort Valberg. Once over the top the Italian route down was narrow and it seems they're not so keen on edging the road! It was thick cloud and visibility was pretty poor! We made it down in one piece, phew! Don't think we'll do it again in a hurry! We drove on for around 30km to get to our next site 'il Melo' a Bonny spot on the outskirts of a little town. We're the only campers here, there are ...
... got some really lovely presents - I'm amazed that Brendon was able to go and get this stuff without my noticing. He got me a stunning dress but I will need to go back on the 5 and 2 diet for a while before I can get into it!! There's no way it will be fitting me for the duration of this holiday unless I get some of those nancy gantz pants thingos!! After leaving Turin we drove to a palazzo called Venaria Reale - which was ...
... architecture and amazing collections. The museum is in a building called Mole Antionella - when completed in 1889 it was the tallest building in the world. The inside of the cupola is lined with a continuous ramp that winds it's way to the top and the walls are covered in movie posters. We got to look at some really old camera obscura (with explanations how they work) through to how a moving image was captured, sections for special effects, screenplays (the ...
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