La Casa del Grande Vecchio
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... the mountains to get to Chamonix and eventually across to Italy. After a set of switchbacks that really put Bree’s motion sickness medicine to the test we arrived in Chamonix and the views took our breath away. It is clear why so many people choose Chamonix as a holiday destination (although primarily a winter town it was still very busy in September). The weather was beautiful and clear when we arrived which provided us with ...
... 8217;s car have helped me to get a better understanding of how the road ‘rules’ work. I still don’t understand them, but I can now see some semblance of order amongst the madness. The convoluted intersections are a debacle at best, but careful observation has revealed a methodology that seems to work reasonably well. The rules may not make a lot of sense to non-Italians, but the drivers ...
... been like all those years ago filled with Romans screaming for their favourite gladiators.
We then re-traced out steps through Via Giuseppe Mazzini which led us to the market place in Piazza Delle Erbe and the famed Casa di Giulietta (House of Juliet), which is believed to be the home of the Cappello/ Capulet family from Romeo & Juliet fame (never mind that it is a fictional ...
Nothing was planned for the morning so we decided to take a walk around the local neighbourhood. We checked out the daily markets and also wandered around a small supermarket checking out the different products available.
After another beautiful home-cooked lunch we went to Parco del Valentino, a massive historical public park stretching around 10km along the River Po. We strolled through part of the parklands, ...
We spent the morning visiting some of the city sights, starting with a drive up to Villa della Regina (former residence of the Queen) on the hills over-looking the city. After a wander through the grounds we headed into Turin itself for a walk around the city centre, taking in Piazza Vittorio Veneto, Piazza Castello, Palazzo Reale & Piazza San Carlo.
After another beautiful home-cooked lunch (risotto), we drove about an hour to the Langa ...