Hotel Don Carlo
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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. It's 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 industry and sports, and the city hosted ...
We had a lightening stop in Torino (Turin) on our way to Chambery in France. It was a bit of a sad feeling thinking that our holiday in Italy has ended, but we already have plans for our next trip! I just have to get more extended leave from work and we'll be visiting again. The small part of Turin we were able to see in our afternoon of sightseeing looked great. Lots of large palazzos with the usual loggia and great decorations. We climbed a tower (only 200+ steps this time and ...
... 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 ...
... of a glacier, strewn with chunky ice boulders glistening
in the day light. The entrance to the tunnel was not spectacular.
It reminded us that the tunnel was actually quite old. 28 Euros for
19 Km. It was a novelty after all to listen to our rumbling exhaust
for such a long time, but it also saved us a long detour.
We emerged into Italy
and blazing sunshine. We stopped to admire the view behind of Mont
Blanc and ...