Holiday Inn Turin-Corso Francia
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... was saying to me but "thought" he was offering me a bunch of flowers for 2 Euro. I thought this was too good to be true but told the children that I would buy a bunch of I them on the way out. If, of course,they really were that ridiculously cheap price! Needless to say he had sold up and moved on by the time I got out. I figure he is one of the black market types that moves things fast and furiously. Things just aren't going my way today. This cathedral was simply magnificent ...
... god they had loads of Alfa Romeos, otherwise I really would've lost interest! It's another great collection of cars, delves more into the advances in making them and their broader relationship with people and the planet. Had an incredible lunch at the Eataly ristorante out that way, then made Liam the happiest boy by getting a metro and a tram home. Neither of them had sleeps so we had a quiet night in and they were both asleep by 8pm. Our last day in ...
We arrived at our next site - Mill Park Camping just outside Turin for a couple of nights stay and a visit into the City.
We woke up around 9am on the day we were due to head into the City, by the time we got up and sorted it was around 9:50, checked the bus timetables to discover the bus times were ...
Buonasera from Torino!! Our second evening here is coming to a close - I don't know if it's because it's a Sunday but the passeggiata was in full force tonight - lots of people out and about for an evening stroll. First things first though.....yesterday we drove south from Switzerland into Italy. There are a few 0options for this route - head east and then south to the Italian lakes, head north west and then south through the Mont Blanc tunnel or ...
... back to the time of Jesus of Nazareth such that it could be his burial shroud. The Shroud has been photographed, carbon dated, and examined numerous times over the centuries without any clear and convincing evidence that is acceptable to everyone that it is either real or an ongoing Medieval hoax. The shroud is kept in the royal chapel of the Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist in Turin under a papal decree that is can never be removed from Turin. Adding to ...
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