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... nice and clean in the city too, not sure if that is because Pope Francis is coming soon or if that is normal, but we appreciated it! Managed to catch the boys on Facetime while using the free wifi in some shops and had a sms chat to Kira for Dave's birthday too, so that was nice. Last night in the Castle tonight, I am keeping an eye out for Donkey & ...
... we traced back about 2 hours
worth of walking in sheer hope itd be at the last shop Kate purchased something. Unfortunately not, after some time we came to the realisation that it was gone, most definitely stolen as both the wallets were gone, but we really couldn't understand how. We both ...
Upon leaving Como we decided to stay in Turin/Torino to break the trip to the coast. We arrived and it was overcast with rain forecast. Well, what a wonderful surprise. Turin has quite a different city centre, the original capital of unified Italy it is well planned has wide tree lined boulevards and block after block of beautifully architected buildings. We ...
... of the snow capped mountains behind the town, and the best view of the Mole Antonelliana. The church was simple and small when inside and people were leaving from Mass just finished when we got there. We took the short cut down the leafy hill to find a place for lunch, the rolls and salami we had bought from a supermarket for a total of €1.70 for all three of us.
The last stop was to see of course the Shroud of Turin. A centuries old linen cloth that has the image of ...
... And I walked through really quiet parts of this big city. Ahhhh... That's it. I think that's it. Yep, that's it.... I think. Well.... Great museum. Really was fascinating. However, I think it may be run on a volunteer basis. I had the most wonderful talks with Turin's version of the grey army. I loved it. But, it was a definitely slow pace. I had great, great, great grandmothers hugging me and leading me, slowly down corridors, through curtains, more corridors, ...