Ristorante Albergo Dei Bersaglieri
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... it looked like they were only practicing as they were in casual clothes. Eli checked with a couple of officials what was going on – it was a Mozart concert that was free and was starting at 9.30pm. I saved some seats and Eli hurried back to see if Mike and Kyria were interested. They came back in about half an hour. We still had a couple of hours before it started so we took turns in going to find something to eat. There were a couple of older ...
... away. He started talking loudly to 2 others who i spotted up in the city walls. I handed Nicholas the house keys and said that should they come after us he should sprint as far as his legs would go to get his father and told the girls that if something should happen they also should, together, run away from the situation. Nothing happened. Maybe protected by 4 guardian angels who were elated at being in such Holy places this morning. Anyway. no more evening walks without Brent for ...
... lodge for the House of Savoy. It was unbelievable - so vast it reminded me of Versailles. It had lay in ruins until 1990 when the EU granted over 100 million euros to restore it. You look at something like this and think, you know, Karl Marx maybe had a point. And the perimeter of the estate is now surrounded by everyday italian suburban life - I suppose it would have been like that in the past, too, but it seemed ...
... of the Cairo Museum. The Italian who managed the digs tried to sell it all the Louvre but was unsuccessful. Notwithstanding that it's a bit strange that he could just dig it up and cart it all off, it was pretty mind blowing and of course Brendon was very happy to see all of the references to the Ptolomeic Period (personally I think we are still in it!!). The penny dropped for Liam as to what it was all about so he was pretty excited talking about Tutankhamen ...
... and the next being 13:35, crazy, there was meant to be an alternative bus at 10:19 but this never showed so we had to wait for the 13:35, luckily the buses ran late enough for us to get back...
Turin, is a lovely city which hasn't been over-run by tourists, which is always a good thing!
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