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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, ...
... mountains covered in snow, with glaciers visible everywhere (no more Italian frecciarossa or FrecciaBianca trains, with the free coffee/wine carts that visit the seats after each train stop - boo hoo). The countryside was beautiful, with ski runs on many mountains, towns and villages full of chalets, pale blue rivers, and, shock horror, people wearing coats and hats. This indicates our tremendous run of warm weather may have come to an end. We have been away nearly two ...
... was good. After checking I went to get something to eat. This was a little more challenging. The lady kept saying things to me and I had no idea what she said. I finally managed to buy a sandwich and a drink and we went for a walk. We were still hungry and found a McDonalds so figured that we should be able to order something so I sent Peter in to order this ...
... 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 ...
... car to be near on the
busy streets was a police car which cut us up twice. At least it was
a Sunday and the roads were fairly quiet. We found our hotel with
little difficulty. It was a beautiful old building with a central
courtyard providing us with a secure place to keep the bike
overnight. Mozart and Napoleon had stayed there. We were shortly
out on the town though, with no real agenda which made for a much
more relaxing stroll. ...