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Today we went to Turin, where we visited the Museum of the Shroud and the National Cinema Museum. The Shroud museum was really interesting! Regardless of what you think about its authenticity, the things they have done to interpret and preserve the Shroud are fairly spectacular. I (Bonnie) really didn't know much, other than the very basics, about …
... got ice-cream before heading back. Gabriele's mom made a phenomenal dinner, which included gluten free pasta with pesto, asparagus and some form of cured ground beef. I also had the best tomato I have ever tasted. After dinner we packed our bags and got ready for the trip to Venice that would be the next day. ...
... table forced them to take it back, although I would have been fine with it. One of Gabriele's aunts was nice enough to immediately give me her fish based main course, which was peas and calamari. I ate all the peas and covered the leftover calamari in my bowl with napkins, hoping no one would notice. Thankfully I don't think anyone did, but it felt awkward nonetheless. The dinner ended with pictures and more kisses. We went back and took it easy for the rest of the evening. ...
... Denver already had a pin and there was a pin placed in the southwest suburbs of Chicago, so, I placed my pin in the center of Chicago.
Turin is a pretty city and we had fun touring the touristic promenades and seeing the shops. We stopped several times for gelato and wine! We even saw a few protests and many events for international womans day.
We had a great time.
From Turination, with love,
... it was certainly a great night with great people. Shout out to Amy, Lisa, & Jenae who went hard with me all the way to sunrise. You ladies are troopers!
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed