Forget Rome and Milan - Here's a tastier (and less crowded) Italian city break

Jul 05, 2016 712

Turin, Italy's first capital, is home to Fiat, football, fabulous food, fine art and that most famous and enigmatic Christian relic, the Turin Shroud.

As I stroll around this elegant and lively city, however, bordered by the Po and snow-covered Alps, part of the jigsaw is missing. It soon finds me. A rather gorgeous male (aren't all Italians in their own minds irresistible to every woman?) crashes the red light. We eyeball each other. At the wheel of his Alfa Romeo, he is irresistible (regardless of age), so I duly jump back.

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