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Rome International Airport must be one of the most complicated airports in Europe. I must have turned right and left and right again so many times, I simply lost all sense of direction. It is also the only airport I have seen so far, where my passport was checked between terminals.
Anyway, I have finally found my gate and took after a short while a seat in my plane to Torino.
After having landed in Torino, I was waiting for my suitcase at the Caroussel assigned to our flight.
And I waited, and waited, and waited, and waited…
In the end I had to report my suitcase missing and make my way to Yeppies Registration in the city centre before they closed.
I have traveled everywhere with that suitcase and never had any problems. Once I had to wait for about an hour in Granada, but then everybody had to wait.
Leaving the airport without my suitcase felt very weird, but I was confident that it would be delivered to me shortly.
Finally I arrived at the Atrium and registered. Andrea, whom I saw directly at check-in, looked dead tired. I had last seen him this exhausted when They moved from JADE House to the New JADE House in Brussels.
To be continued…