Holiday Inn Express Langhe Cherasco
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Travel Blogs from Cherasco
... the body of Dom Bosco and St Marie (a name I didn't recognise but was a bit like mozzarella). Seeing human bodies on display is still strangely drawing for me. Bernadette finds it creepy. . Drove back into France (as you do) once more paying toll after toll after toll... we discussed this and figure that our expense, in order, are flights, accommodation, food, car hire and then petrol and tolls running around equal. There would be another Eureka Stockade if Australia introduced ...
... amp; rainy. We passed a big ski resort Valberg. Once over the top the Italian route down was narrow and it seems they're not so keen on edging the road! It was thick cloud and visibility was pretty poor! We made it down in one piece, phew! Don't think we'll do it again in a hurry! We drove on for around 30km to get to our next site 'il Melo' a Bonny spot on the outskirts of a little town. We're the only campers here, there are ...
... got some really lovely presents - I'm amazed that Brendon was able to go and get this stuff without my noticing. He got me a stunning dress but I will need to go back on the 5 and 2 diet for a while before I can get into it!! There's no way it will be fitting me for the duration of this holiday unless I get some of those nancy gantz pants thingos!! After leaving Turin we drove to a palazzo called Venaria Reale - which was ...
... and dead guys called mummies wrapped up in bandages, etc. and he was very happy to see a statue of Tutankhamen (as was I!). We had another delicious lunch and a not very successful Skype with Brendon's family for Kim's birthday. After a rest we got our gelato and walked down towards the river Po - Brendon found a bar showing Argentina v Switzerland and I took Liam to the museum of Cinema. What an amazing place, this city continues to surprise me with ...
We arrived at our next site - Mill Park Camping just outside Turin for a couple of nights stay and a visit into the City.
We woke up around 9am on the day we were due to head into the City, by the time we got up and sorted it was around 9:50, checked the bus timetables to discover the bus times were ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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