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... nuts gave him some and he was chuffed when one took it from his hand. Continuing on our walk we cunningly encourage Liam to run up and down as many steps as possible to wear him out!
Heading into the center of town, Torino has very wide streets and many blocked to traffic so its very pedestrian friendly to walk around. In the center we found the Mole Antonelliana (mole meaning monument). This is a major land mark of Torino built between 1863-89 originally being a synagogue, ...
... climbed them once!) so that we could get our bearings in the city. Similar to Verona, there is a river running around the town, wide boulevards and some stunning dress shops. I am seriously regretting not bringing the spare suitcase! We also did a quick lap of the Cathedral where the Shroud of Turin is housed, marvelling at how many people seemed to be enthralled at something that has been discredited as a fake. The train to Chambery was a French TGV and it went through ...
... 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 ...
... the city. Providing undertones as if they were specifically appointed to be your guardian during your stay in the city, we held true to the saying 'never run faster than your guardian angel can fly’. With the exception of the Juventus Stadium, we stuck close to the historical centre and enjoyed the Piemontesi way of life. Before popping into Caffe Torino for a quick espresso and to enlighten our senses with freshly brewed coffee, Ricco and ...
Day 294 2 hrs, 3.4 kms I thought I could catch a train from Bra on east to Asti, but no... I have to backtrack a long ways and make a big looparound unfortunately. This really sets me behind and I suddenly realize that if I'm going to visit both Asti and Allessandra provinces today, I'm going to have to make this a very short visit. ...