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Marjorie Sitting on the Kiss Couch405 viewsAnd looking at her new green boots.Feb 16, 2006
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Two "Doormen" in Torino361 viewsThese two ladies were, I suppose, "doormen" at a hotel in Torino. I thought their hats were funny (as did they) so they let me take their photograph --- until the President of the Republic of Italy arrived.Feb 16, 2006
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A Caribineri (Policeman) in Cesana Pariol489 viewsThe cashier at a restaurant near our hotel observed, "We thought we'd be invaded by tourists. Instead, we were invaded by the police." Most caribineri were glum and unfriendly. This gentleman, however, was different. He even helped me to my seat, and carried my camera.Feb 16, 2006
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Marjorie Getting Ready for the Olympics360 viewsAt our hotel in Saluzzo, The Griselda. The staff at the hotel were tremendously friendly, but the bed and pillows were made of concrete, and we were right next to the lift and heard every creak and clatter.Feb 16, 2006
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Man, Dog, Skateboard - Sestiere341 viewsTom Green, the comedian, was filming in Sestiere. For some reason, there was a dude with a skateboard and a red dog, and they came riding down what passes for the main street.Feb 16, 2006
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The Olympic Rings in the Snow at Pragelato362 viewsFeb 16, 2006
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Via Po -- Heading to the Olympic Store351 viewsMore "Luci d'Artista" --- this time it's "Palomar" by Giulio Paolini. "Palomar consists of many circles of light that meet and overlap until they assume the aspect of planets and satellites."Feb 16, 2006
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Dining Room With A Map of Torino336 viewsThis dining room at the Torino Mediacentre had a map of the city on the floor. There are also see-through plastic tables and chairs, but they're difficult to spot.Feb 16, 2006
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Throwing the Dog Into The Air356 viewsThe skateboard dude stunned us all -- including Tom Green, holding the microphone -- by tossing his little dog into the air. Fortunately, he caught the dog.Feb 16, 2006
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Mole Antonelliana - Il Volo Dei Numeri702 viewsThe Mole (or "heap") Antonelliana is the symbol of Torino. The red neon numbers up the side, by Mario Merz, are the Fibonacci numbers. Feb 16, 2006
   
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