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Tonight we are dining in the Chops Grille for my birthday. They claim the best steak on the high seas. We have much more motion on this crossing than we did last year in the Pacific. They have drained and closed the pools until we get to some calmer waters. They have also made some subtle changes in the entertainment because of the increased motion.
So, we hope all are well and we will get back to you when better conditions permit. ...
... off. Then the young man responsible for the other car returns and moves his vehicle out of the way. They both get tickets and a ticking off from the police. Finally 1/2 hour later order is restored and traffic flows once more. What a night! A tow truck had also been called in case the owners of the cars didn't turn up - now that would have been really interesting. We make it back to our hotel and get ready for bed. Hopefully we will have a good nights sleep ready for our food tour ...
This morning we visited a Goat cheese & bee farm in the Maritime Alps . Evo & his family were kind enough to show us around their farm. Great experience of a very passionate farmer who is keen to re establish the old way of farming using traditional, organic methods. A lovely visit ...
Lovely day touring on the city sight seeing buses. What a grand , stately old city this is. Just beautiful, abounding with Palaces & stunning architecture. Wide streets, large piazzas (Turin boast the largest square in Europe) yet with small alleys bursting with shops & cafes. The gelato here seems not to be displayed in cabinets but in deep containers so you cannot choose with the eyes but select from a list. I may be a little ...
... and can't drive a manual. I suppose wine will have to do.
Despite my eagerness to see the country of the Romans, as our train arrived in Turin on a sweltering Sunday afternoon, all I could think about was the intense heat of high summer which was pushing 44 degrees. Sue and I shouldered our bags and stepped onto the platform on our way to our hotel. "All we have to do" said Sue knowingly " is catch the train to where we are staying.