Albergo San Lorenzo
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... down for us. They are:
- Plin, a small noodle filled with veal, that is called "plin" because the makers pinch the noodle together to close it ("plin" means pinch in the local dialect) (picture!)
- Tajarin, a long, thin, ribbon like yellow noodle made from egg (picture)
- Carne Cruda di Fassone Piemontese - raw veal meat, ground up (see picture)
- Vitello Tonnato - thin slices of veal with ...
... are in Australia, you need to book a visit . Each village has a local Encoteca , like a wine 'library' that you visit , taste and learn about the wines and then see if that Cru is available for a booking the next day/s. The encoteca are often in the oldest public building (castle or church) in the village and they literally do look like libraries with shelves up to the ceiling full of wine , all classified into grape types, with ...
... praying Catholics from all over the world and ,as we landed in the front row, we felt a bit guilty, so we let some little old ladies into our spots . They were so grateful I think we have cemented our places upstairs!!!
Bit of a history lesson : Back in the 15th Century , the Savoy royal family (French) decided they liked the area and moved court . They restructured the whole city to their liking using the greatest architects, gardeners and artists of the day ...
... we found this amazing local Pizza place, it one that the locals use, so there was no English going on at all. But we got 2 medium Pizza's for euros 7, can't moan about that, and we couldn't even eat it all.
The following morning we had arranged to see the The Shroud of Turin, due to circumstances this did not happen, but we went off to our next destination, Capena Rome.
... do the next day.
My last day in Italy was a good one, I started off the morning by grabbing some breakfast at the hostel. Then I went to the Museum of the Shroud of Turin. This is an awesome museum because for around 5 Euros you get your own personal audio device in your own language that takes you through the history of the Shroud. Heads up-the original isn’t housed here but there are several very good replicas that you can ...