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... around the corner. She translates our request and we have a delicious fresh meal before us with a cappuccino. The woman, Susan, joins us and it's like long lost friends catching up. She is quite delightful to talk to. I ask her if they do flat whites in Italy - no - only expresso. We explain what a flat white is and she then explains to our waiter - long expresso with 25% milk. She tells us that it was quite an experience explaining our request and that perhaps ...
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 ...
What a way to celebrate a birthday :) sadly it's raining here today though. But what do tourists do when it rains? Go to a museum of course ! We spent the morning wandering through the ancient Egyptian Museum. The largest outside Cairo. Thoroughly enjoyed it all. What an amazing collection they have. ...
... Di Roveri to meet up with the others. Attila, Mattia, Ezio and Juilia. Plus Davide, Simone and I.
We took 2 cars and stopped for breakfast at Autogrill on the way.
In total, it took us 2 hours to drive to Sesia. When we got out of the car, it. was. freezing. WOW!
I was wearing trackies and a hoodie but it felt like I was wearing short shorts and a singlet! I tried to stand in the sun. Fortunately, as the time passed, it grew warmer! :) ...
... sign: 'Closed on a Monday'. Fine. "reckon the Brits have nicked far more Egyptian stuff anyway. We'll just see it in London".
We slowly exhaust the Lonely Planet guidebook's suggestions of what to do in Turin and see the same sign. Apparently nobody does anything in Italy on a Monday. I would soon learn that this was not necessarily limited to Mondays.
The one thing that was open was the Mole Antonelliana, which dominates the ...