Castello San Giuseppe

Dimora Storica, sec XVII-XVIII , Chiaverano, Piedmont, 10010, Italy | 4 star castle
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This 4 star castle is located in the Gramercy Park area of Chiaverano.
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    Travel Blogs from Chiaverano

    Quiet day in Pella

    A travel blog entry by wrightmob on Sep 28, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    Pottered about the little town of Pella near to where we are staying. Sat on wooden bench on quayside scoffing a gelato each like oldies do apparently. Delightful. Have now planned next step over the Simplon pass to stay in a small hotel in Chamonix, hoping to see Mont Blanc before the weather closes in. From there working our way back to the channel coast over 4-5 days. All fine and jalopy holding up so far - touch wood. Love to you all again. ...

    Lovely Lake Orta

    A travel blog entry by wrightmob on Sep 27, 2014

    10 photos

    You really 'Orta' come here if you can! It's really beautiful with lots of character and interest. We successfully caught the ferry and visited the Isola (Island) di San Giulio first although I got in the way of the captain on landing causing a slight problem with the ropes so not exactly endearing myself to him. The island itself consists of a central monastery inhabited by nuns ...

    Lake Orta and Pella

    A travel blog entry by wrightmob on Sep 26, 2014

    9 photos

    The most beautiful so far! And we have a really nice apartment this time. Rather traumatic drive here though as it was our first fairly prolonged exposure on this holiday to the infamous autostrada system around Milan. Bit like midlands M6 on steroids. No really hairy moments but a few expletives involuntarily uttered by one of us (well me actually) and apologised for! Flipping toll ...

    From rice growing flatlands to Alpine foothills

    A travel blog entry by grahamgkd on Sep 13, 2014

    4 photos

    Until last night when Ian was reading some tourism literature I don't think any of us realised that they grow rice in Italy but today we have cycled through mile after mile of the stuff, interspersed with the odd patch of maize or other crop. It doesn't seem to be flooded like the paddies I have seen in Nepal but there is an extensive system of irrigation channels.
    We were under way around 08:00 this morning. On the whole the roads have been a ...

    Forza Italia !!

    A travel blog entry by jamesonthevf201 on Jul 19, 2014

    3 comments, 21 photos

    I entered Italy as soon as I walked to the other side of the lake at the St Bernard Pass last Wednesday morning. For the next four days I worked my way down through the Aosta valley, stopping at Aosta, Chantillon and Issogne before reaching the small village of Torredaniele outside Pont-St-Martin.

    The first two days were quite difficult as I underestimated how tiring it would be to cover my normal daily walking distances while making the descent . Moreover, the ...