Castello San Giuseppe

Address: 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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        TripAdvisor Reviews Castello San Giuseppe Chiaverano

        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

        Travel Blogs from Chiaverano

        Day 62 Rafting 06/09/15

        A travel blog entry by angelato91 on Sep 06, 2015

        66 photos

        ... fail - and then was called by Julia (who changed her mind as it was too cold and didn't end up doing to rafting) who said the group was leaving! OOPS! I quickly grabbed to top half of my wetsuit and ran outside. I threw it on. Davide came over wearing his suit and also a life vest and helmet. I went and took a helmet while he grabbed me a vest. We then got into a van (with wet seats - so gross when I sat in it! YUCK) that took us to the river! :)

        Farewell Yessers & On to Vercelli

        A travel blog entry by eldonsteeves on May 02, 2015

        We drove almost 3 hours this morning to get Ed and Sue to their hotel for one night. They were hoping to see the last supper and the La Scala opera house. I hope they were able to do that. Eldon and I drove a little over an hour to the town of Vercelli. We had hoped to see the Duomo, but it was closed. So we walked over to the Basilica di Sant'Andrea. This was a 13th century church. We drove to ...

        Italian Trailer Trash For a Night

        A travel blog entry by texaloha on Apr 28, 2015

        11 photos

        Today was the last official day in the Aosta Valley. I am leaving the castles and snow tomorrow. I saw some pretty impressive fortresses today and met lots of nice people. Great surprise, As I was walking through Donnas, one of the men that I met in Monjovet was riding by on his bicycle. He turned around, came back to me just to say hello and good journey. Then he was off again. I did spend some time in Moses mode today as well. There were parts ...

        The Bus Looked Good Today

        A travel blog entry by texaloha on Apr 27, 2015

        11 photos

        Refer to the pictures for the challenge of the day. Yes, it was very wet out there. I think we would call it a good, soaking rain. The day started on foot paths with only two difficult stretches at the beginning. The rest was basically flat. I met some wonderful people when I stopped for coffee in Monjovet. One had worked on Sitmar Cruises as a bartender and was about my age. He and his wife take bicycle holidays ...

        I Know Now What "VS" Means

        A travel blog entry by texaloha on Apr 26, 2015

        9 photos

        I am using the "Official Guidebook" to the Via Francigena. It uses all kinds of abbreviations like FP for footpath or KSO for Keep Straight On. But I could figure out VS until today. Very nicely said, it means "Very Steep". Could also be translated to "suitable only for goats", "am I in Spain" or "I should have trained harder". I thought that I was set for another very comfortable day like yesterday. I was over confident at best. ...