Holiday Inn Turin City Center
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... we had food. Went for a walk around for a while and headed back to the room. There is a gelato shop next door so we tried that which was good. The shop was very popular. All feeling a little tired and looking forward to sleep. Timing isn't great for Skype we may try tomorrow morning before we catch the train to Paris which will be morning our time afternoon your ...
... of the half packet of Cashew nuts I threw out this morning. ( There was no room in the case then.) And the half block of chocolate ... Chocolate keeps me wake. ( That's night time, dummy.) And the 2 bananas and a peach... Hmmmm... In a private compartment on the train. There is a lady sitting opposite me. Wonder if she has any ...
Hello. Up at 7.30am. Breakfast. Last look at the wonderful long pedestrian street right next to my hotel. I bought quite a bit along there. Little things.... That fit in my case. The girls in Reception are lovely. Now, Amanda and Meagan.... Don't read the next bit. OK? I bought another case. Yep. Turns out that I am not one of those people who can travel with a back pack. Now, I might have been. But, the Italian Post System let me down. Badly. ...
It's 1.24am. Now, you can either wish you had chocolate in the early evening... And chastise yourself because you forgot to buy some. Or You can buy chocolate... Eat it. And then not sleep. Chocolate keeps me awake. I know this. If I was home, I would be wandering the corridors. Can't really do that here. I have walked miles and miles today. ( Not to mention 'queueing'.) I should be asleep. I bet I sleep well tomorrow night. Sea air and all that. And, I don't think I'll buy ...
... lady translating for both sides of the conversation, I was directed back the kilometre I had already walked and then directed another kilometre to a Post Office that would be open. To cut a long story very short, I queued for 45 minutes at that Post Office to be told that they don't do that there. If you feel you would like the long version, look under 'Bad Words' in the dictionary. I am sure they have the full version. Should have seen him directing me to the ...