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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 & ...
... was built 859 as a fortress. It has the most amazing medieval terraces with an internal garden and the most beautiful room I have ever seen. The poor bellboy who had to carry our bulging suitcases up these stairs (no lift of course) We had a tour of the Castle with the same fellow (who turns out to be the waiter in the fancy Restaurant as well) and even though it was in Italian it was really good. We picked up enough ...
... warm up. We weaved through countless streets. Turin was more beautiful then I expected, full of huge extravagant buildings and many museums and monuments. After a few hours we headed to lunch, we sat in a nice little Pizzaria and as Kate went to pull out her wallet I knew from her face something was wrong! It and her other wallet containing her passport and other cards was missing! On the verge ...
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 ...
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Sunday 4th Jan - Aagh, today I woke up with the head cold the boys have had, so a bit of a slow start to the day. I convinced Rob to catch the metro instead of walking and we headed up to see the Monte dei Cappuccini Church built from 1583 - 1656, it sits high up on a hill overlooking the Po river and Torino. I'm glad we didn't spend €20 going up the Mole tower yesterday, these free views were awesome. We were lucky to have a clear day giving us a ...