Albergo Ristorante Bucaneve

Address: Trivero, Biella, Piedmont, 13835, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Trivero, Biella.
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      How To Ascertain The Perfect Juice Extractor

      A travel blog entry by marafergus728 on Dec 23, 14

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      How much time you need to devote to a liquid extractor might be something to consider. In the blink of an eyes you can have some bacteria thriving in your juice extractor, and that's not the best thing for you. What you may want to think about is getting a remedy that will get towards the hard to achieve places and will also be sure to deal with the bacteria. Most people have really tight morning schedules and cannot spend a lot of time with ...

      Day in Zermatt

      A travel blog entry by nvs on Dec 13, 2014

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      ... 12 so we killed some time in the shops waiting for 12 o'clock to tick over. We fronted up again to be told if we had "Swiss rail passes" we would get a further discount. We were unaware of this and had not brought them with us, so Carolyn and I did the dash back to the hotel for our Swiss rail passes so we got a decent discount in the end. Off we set on the train climbing, climbing, climbing to the top with all the skiers. ...

      1770. My Italian Test

      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Sep 08, 2013

      23 photos

      ... who later dumped him... The story just goes on and on and on... I try to suppress my smile. Not because of his story... but because I can understand everthing that he says! After 2 months (mostly) in Italy... I can understand a guys talking in Italian for 45 minutes. Without ever really taking the time to study the language, just trying to absorb it as I walk along and meet people. It's a wonderful feeling. Of course, it helps that Italian is ...

      1769. My Piedmont Tour

      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Sep 08, 2013

      31 photos

      ... kingdoms of pre-Italy Italy. In fact, it was here that the whole idea of a "united Italy" was born. Garibaldi set out to from here to unite all the kingdoms of this country--ultimately succeeding in doing so (something some Italians resent to this day). For a short period this was the capital of the united kingdom of Italy before it was moved to Florence and then Rome. Perhaps, they figured that Italians might feel a more historical loyalty to their historical ...

      Flowers everywhere at Lake Maggiorie

      A travel blog entry by rob-danielle on Jul 16, 2011

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      ... sometimes see an Italian couple shouting at each other waving theirs hands around like they are trying to get rid of a fly; this is called the Italian way! Not only are they passionate about their food and wine but also the way they chat and exchange words. I could watch them all day long shouting at each other!

      We stopped at Strassa a small village beside Lake Maggiorie where ...