Albergo Centrale

Address: Via Mazzini 13, Turin, Piedmont, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Via Mazzini 13, Turin.
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Travel Blogs from Turin

The Middle of Nowhere

A travel blog entry by kgonnam on Nov 07, 2015


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Tonight we are dining in the Chops Grille for my birthday. They claim the best steak on the high seas. We have much more motion on this crossing than we did last year in the Pacific. They have drained and closed the pools until we get to some calmer waters. They have also made some subtle changes in the entertainment because of the increased motion.

So, we hope all are well and we will get back to you when better conditions permit. ...

Cappuccino without chocolate

A travel blog entry by jeremyhill on Sep 23, 2015

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Bar Gritty, opposite station, 2.30pm

I have just driven through the Fréjus tunnel from Modane, France to Bardonecchia, Italy. Coming out of the tunnel and seeing the buildings you are in no doubt that you're in a different country. I'm not sure what it is – the size of them, the style of roofs, or the windows – but they’re definitely different from French. I guess with the mountains ...

A knife display in McDonalds

A travel blog entry by jeremyhill on Sep 22, 2015

... leads me to two possibilities – my feet smell really bad or someone has urinated. Yuck.

There’s a great big display case by the tills in here, with different Opinel knives contained within. There’s an Opinel museum in Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne. You can tell that this handy pocket knife is a much-loved icon of the area. ...

Doing a recce

A travel blog entry by jeremyhill on Sep 22, 2015

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... I could not reach the top on a bike I had borrowed for the afternoon. I was only a couple of miles short but the muscles in my legs had run out of capacity, shall we say. So I’ve come for a recce before I attempt the same ride this week. ...

Arriving in kebab town

A travel blog entry by jeremyhill on Sep 21, 2015

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... who calls you by your first name. You are shown to your room. And to the bike stores – Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne is a mecca for cyclists. And traditional also in the authentic, down-to-earth sense. It's an old building with a carpark accessed through an archway, like a coaching inn. Reception smells of stale cigarette smoke that somehow adds character to the place; it’s not trying to be squeaky clean ...