Hotel Guala Residence
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... in Torino . The building is 50 stories tall. 550 feet. When we got off the elevator, the view was breath taking! You could see all of Turin. We took lots of pictures then came down and went to have our last lunch in Italy. Stopped at a little cafe, and I had my last prosciutto and cheese panini . We then went to find Grom to have our last gelato in ...
... out, we are off to town for manicure and gelati, then we hit the road to Lake Orta. It's a pretty easy drive on good road, 3 lane highway much of the way. Again we go through a 5 k stretch where immigrant girls are touting their wares by the side of the rural road! Every time web have to pay a toll, we have a little moment...pull over and watch what others do to make sure we get the right lane, after one of our early experiences! On the way to France we had to run one when ...
... to lunch at Guido and Bruna's house. Another lovely afternoon. We later go to a church on the hill the Superga Basilica ,which has some interesting history. This was the sight of a plane crash around 1949 which killed a total of 31 people of which 18 belonging to the national team , the best of the best of Italian football team. Then we are off to do a bit more sight seeing . After a nice gelato we go back to the hotel . Another wonderful but exhausting day. Buona ...
... town!). The temperature was still balmy so we sat outside. Tough soup wasnt on the menu, we saw some served to another table, so asked if we could have some too. The waiter had to check, next thing we here a raised female voice and think 'uh-oh'! Anyway, he came back and said ok, so we had a beautiful thick fresh veg soup, followed by pasta - agnolotti for Clare, spaghetti with polpettine for me. Delicious again, washed down with ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed