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... them and follow them, so major issues are avoided. Out on the Autostrada (freeway), there is a lot to be liked and much Australian drivers could learn about the courtesy shown by Italian drivers.
It still surprises me somewhat to read this back, as it is quite a contrast from the impression I had formed after our last visit. Despite everything I have said, there is still no way I will get behind the wheel whilst ...
... courtyard was packed like sardines with visitors trying to grope the breast of the bronze statue of Juliet, which is supposed to bring good luck. The crowd kept growing by the minute, so we didn't hang around long.
We moved on to Piazza dei Signori, where the statue of Dante Aligheri stands alone, before heading back to the car to move on to the next stop.
The southern end of Lago ...
Nothing was planned for the morning so we decided to take a walk around the local neighbourhood. We checked out the daily markets and also wandered around a small supermarket checking out the different products available.
After another beautiful home-cooked lunch we went to Parco del Valentino, a massive historical public park stretching around 10km along the River Po. We strolled through part of the parklands, ...
... district. There are a myriad of small villages on the hilltops and some in the valleys, all of which are entirely surrounded by vineyards. We stopped and walked around the villages of Barbaresco, Neive, Verduno & Roddino to take in the sights. If you ignore the cars, the quaint villages seemed to be trapped in time, and many of the castles and churches date back to the 15th & 16th centuries.
... it works out cheaper.The little lady was quite nice – she spoke a bit of English and showed us around the rooms. It was quite a large place, for an apartment.
Once settled, we set out to alleviate our growling stomachs. There were two things we wanted to try in Italy – pasta and pizza! There didn’t seem to be a whole lot going in the area we walked around. I guess it was Sunday so a lot of places would be closed. We found a ...