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After surviving the Grand St. Bernard Pass, in the rain, we crossed the border , (a small sign) into North Italy. We took the backroads avoiding the Autostrada . Two reasons : MOLTO CARO !! , very expensive tolls, and also very ugly ,as it bypasses all the beautiful small towns ( which is , I suppose the whole point for some with time issues )
So, repeating the mantra ..... Stay on the right , give way to the left .... We arrived in Turino .
We planned for ...
... we found this amazing local Pizza place, it one that the locals use, so there was no English going on at all. But we got 2 medium Pizza's for euros 7, can't moan about that, and we couldn't even eat it all.
The following morning we had arranged to see the The Shroud of Turin, due to circumstances this did not happen, but we went off to our next destination, Capena Rome.
... Next we went to the Don Bosco School and Basilica. Here we were able to see St. Don Bosco's relics, have our private mass, and eat lunch. After a couple hours at the Don Bosco Bascillica we drove to Venice, which took about four to five hours. When we arrived at our hotel we ate there, grabbed some Gelato, and went to ...
... these things are fun to study but still ridiculous. The chalets are adorned with all kinds of rubies, garnets, diamonds, emeralds and any other kind of jewel you can think of. They were truly beautiful until you think about how many people around the world are starving and homeless and how much better money could be spent. I only hope the church hasn't continued the same practices.
We then stopped to split a ...
... close to (unlike the real shroud which wasn’t on display when I was there).
After that, I continued wandering the city and stopping in churches that didn’t cost money to see until I made my way to THE MARKET this market is giant, they have an indoor area and the whole thing covers around 4 square blocks. There are fruits and vegetables, breads and cheeses, and all sorts of household goods you might need. My best buy at ...