Hotel Giotto

Via Giotto, 27, Turin, Piedmont, 10126, Italy | 3 star hotel
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Turin

A travel blog entry by kerrilyn on Jul 20, 2014

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... it works out cheaper.The little lady was quite nice – she spoke a bit of English and showed us around the rooms. It was quite a large place, for an apartment.

Once settled, we set out to alleviate our growling stomachs. There were two things we wanted to try in Italy – pasta and pizza! There didn’t seem to be a whole lot going in the area we walked around. I guess it was Sunday so a lot of places would be closed. We found a ...

HOT BUT PRETTY

A travel blog entry by linarogers on Jul 18, 2014

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... also found a Farmazia for stuff but the fish oils are rare and very expensive here. We eventually had a very hot, very long walk home. The heat challenged both of us but I have a cough and it was a struggle. Cool down and now Craig is watching the Tour du France as they are cycling where he and Terry went cycling.
Wow! It’s all in Italian of course.

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EXPENSIVE TUNNELS GALORE!

A travel blog entry by linarogers on Jul 17, 2014

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... marble bathroom and gorgeous courtyard. It is very warm here so we did enjoy our rest. We walked out for dinner and eventually found the Domus Ristorante/hotel. I had yummy spaghetti with Gamberi and rucolo and salad whilst Craig had a giant pizza. The views of the lake were magnificent. It seems like the Como area. The walk home was good for us. It will be nice to rest here for a couple of ...

Popping into Italy for Sunday Mass (as you do)

A travel blog entry by kathyducker on Jul 06, 2014

... 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 ...

Little detour

A travel blog entry by vazzhobspainit on Jun 30, 2014

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Slight change of plans - we left Roma at 2pm driving out easily - thank you Sarina (Tomtom) and headed for Asti - Guido navigated the autostrada like a champ and no wrong turns thru the crazy Genoa labyrinth of tunnels. Got in at about 9pm and headed out for some sparkles and dinner.
Gianni and Luca looked after Gran and Papa Tuesday morning visiting the local market and exploring the medieval centre of beautiful Asti. Guido and I headed off to attend a family funeral nearby. Sad ...