Hotel Campanile Rivoli
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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David's 40 something birthday today, so we are set for another fancy dinner at the Castello Di Pavone tonight, yum! Today we went on a day trip to Torino. First stop was the Ice Arena (closed) then we went into town to see the Musėo Della Sindone (closed) then the Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist (closed - but we knew that one) then we went to ...
... he was talking about to get by. Dinner in the beautiful Restaurant which is separated into separate little dining rooms so it would never feel crowded. It was very very fancy. When Dave mentioned I was Gluten Free he went and got a separate little plate of bread sticks and bread just for me and I had my own little mint appetiser. It was lovely. The Castle is just amazing. They have many weddings here and I can see exactly ...
... we traced back about 2 hours
worth of walking in sheer hope itd be at the last shop Kate purchased something. Unfortunately not, after some time we came to the realisation that it was gone, most definitely stolen as both the wallets were gone, but we really couldn't understand how. We both ...
... entire day wandering the streets and enjoying the space and beauty. The river flowing through the city is pretty as they all are with rowing taking place even at this time of year.
Dinner saw us at a local ristorante recommended by the hotel, no English (which is not unusual) and no Italian that we could understand - turns out Turin has its own language ...
... ahead. The Italian entrance was very
understated. We dropped downhill to Chalon and were immediately
tempted to stop for a beer in the warm sun. Finally we felt like we
were on holiday in this little Alpine tourist village.
Further down the road
we rejoined the motorway and knocked out the miles to Turin. The
scenery was much more pleasant to the eye than in France. The ride
into Turin was nerve racking, in fact ...