Excellent. They couldn't possibly have been more helpful. Friendly too, and right in the middle, just off Piazza Unità d'Italia.
(I was surprised to find that, although they could tell me a lot about Trieste and writers (James Joyce, Umberto Saba, Richard Burton, Italo Svevo...), nobody seemed to know Jan Morris's wonderful, lyrical "Trieste and the Meaning of Nowhere", which as well as being a delight to read is also a mine of information for visitors to the city.)
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