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... a museum. We joined the queue to go up the tower but after waiting for 40 minutes and probably another 1.5 hours still to wait we decided it wasn't worth it. So we headed off to find a coffee and came across another ice skating rink so Liam got in some more practice for the next winter olympics! After enjoying an hour of skating we headed back to the hotel for a bit of warmth and relaxation which usually involves the boys playing their electronic games while I sort photos ...
... have only worn our lightweight jackets a couple of times, and have needed our rain macs just once, so we have been incredibly lucky. Chambery has an amazing history, having been the capital of the Savoie region, and it has been part of Italy, Austria and France at one time or another. We did a lap of the town before a late dinner in an Italian restaurant - this is the way to ease yourself away from Italy and into France! The food was superb, as was the chianti that washed it ...
... of a glacier, strewn with chunky ice boulders glistening
in the day light. The entrance to the tunnel was not spectacular.
It reminded us that the tunnel was actually quite old. 28 Euros for
19 Km. It was a novelty after all to listen to our rumbling exhaust
for such a long time, but it also saved us a long detour.
We emerged into Italy
and blazing sunshine. We stopped to admire the view behind of Mont
Blanc and ...
... laid out to form a table, on top of which a tremendous layout of meats was placed. Coppa, mortadella, bresaola, prosciutto...the list goes on... There were also slices of a mildly-flavored, semi-soft cheese, and a huge wheel of the creamiest, most delectable-looking gorgonzola dolce we had ever seen. A big bag of ciabatta bread was opened and everyone dug, in tearing apart their loaves and spreading gorgonzola inside. Add some slices of meat and voila, you've got the ...
... and ale... minstrels playing in the streets, and a room with people practicing their medieval era dances. But this doesn't have an artificial, Disneyland feel for some reason. Why? well, it looks like most of the people here are locals--21st century commoners doing the same thing commoners have been doing since the Middle Ages: drinking, laughing, listening to music and dancing. It really feels like a place where you come to connect with you ...