Gran Mogol

Via Guarini 2, Turin, Piedmont, I-10123, Italy | 3 star hotel
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Turin

A travel blog entry by grantandbonnie

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Today we went to Turin, where we visited the Museum of the Shroud and the National Cinema Museum. The Shroud museum was really interesting! Regardless of what you think about its authenticity, the things they have done to interpret and preserve the Shroud are fairly spectacular. I (Bonnie) really didn't know much, other than the very basics, about …

Cars, cars, cars!

A travel blog entry by tandlwilkins

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... It was a fantastic experience, and the views of the alps in the distance were also wonderful. All that was missing was Michael Caine and the three minis (from the film - The Italian Job). We stopped in the main square in Turin for a cup of famously good hot chocolate on the way back. Is this the best drinking chocolate in the world? Could ...

Turin's Egyptian Museum

A travel blog entry by tandlwilkins

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... lunch we wandered around Turin for a while to see the baroque palaces, medieval duomo and remains of a Roman theatre and city gate. Turin is famous for its chocolate and we had a delicious cup of thick dark hot chocolate in one of the cafés in the main square - heaven! It's been lovely and sunny today so we sat on our balcony in the sun for a while before another tasty dinner in a trattoria, then back to watch the European cup ...

Arrival in Turin

A travel blog entry by tandlwilkins

We have finally made it to Turin, which was the original reason for this trip - just to see the Egyptian Museum. It was blazing sunshine when we arrived but there was a thunderstorm later when we were about to go out to dinner. Turin is a more recent city with most buildings dating from 17C ...

Wine Tasting in Asti.

A travel blog entry by kellysusan85

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... was a bit of fun. However I am sure that when it was full of grapes it would have been anything but fun. They were seriously hard workers! He showed us where he used to stomp on the grapes when he was a little boy and then the contraption that the squishy fermented grapes went into to crush and juice them further. During fermentation they had to take a candle with them because if it went out they knew that there was too much carbon dioxide in the air ...

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