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Friday 2nd Jan - We left Padova to head for Torino (also called Turin) which caused some confusion when booking the hotel. Torino is what the Italians call the town, Turin is the english version of the name. Its the fourth largest city in Italy after Rome, Milan & Naples. It was the first capital of the united kingdom of Italy from 1861 - 1865 and home to the Royal family. It's a major city for academics, artists, tourism, Italian car ...
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... car to be near on the
busy streets was a police car which cut us up twice. At least it was
a Sunday and the roads were fairly quiet. We found our hotel with
little difficulty. It was a beautiful old building with a central
courtyard providing us with a secure place to keep the bike
overnight. Mozart and Napoleon had stayed there. We were shortly
out on the town though, with no real agenda which made for a much
more relaxing stroll. ...
... work in the larger cities nearby (Milan is actually quite close to Boca). When this transition occurred, the vineyards were left untended and it was only a matter of time before the forests took their land back. It has only been since the late 1980s that producers such as Le Piane have moved in to revive the wine making industry of this historic region. Today, most of Boca is still forest, but interspersed amongst the trees and shrubs are picturesque ...