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We caught the train from Riomaggiore to Genoa in the hope of reaching France via the Alps. We needed to make our way back to Spain for our flight to Turkey to avoid a no show fee on our RTW ticket. We were a little disappointed that we needed to rush as we were really enjoying Italy. As we had no internet in Cinque Terre and had done little …
Finalmente llegamos a Turin y a eso de las 5 de la tarde ya estábamos en el Hostel, un lugar muy bonito. Como la ciudad estaba copada de hinchas vascos que envían a ver al Athletic de Bilbao, Javier nos pagó el alojamiento y nos compró entradas para el partido por 45.000 liras (unos 28 dólares).
A la tardecita, ya casi anocheciendo, …
Departed Lyon on Friday, catching the train to Chambery and on to Turin. Saturday morning I visited Duomo di San Giovanni, home to the famous Shroud of Turin. As it's rarely on public display (in 2000 and next time will be 2025), you do get to see from a distance where it is stored (in a vacuum sealed glass case, within an aluminum case, within a …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsOstello Torino Turin
Internet, Laundry, no kitchen, nice rooms
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