Hotel Campanile Rivoli
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... stay in a private apartment. The appt was directly in the centre , off the cobblestoned main Piazza Vittorio Emanuelle. No parking available as most don't have cars . We had to park in an underground car park , not too far away ....so it was a bit of an interesting logistics exercise .
Turino is a bit off the tourist radar , which is why we chose it . It's reputation is as a bit of a faded beauty with industrial roots (Fiat factories ) Most people know ...
Not much to say on this, we were both very disappointed with Turin. We felt that we done a lot of driving in the city for nothing really, its not the easiest place to get around.
The Bed and Breakfast that we stayed in was very nice , very clean and modern, no complaints there, her English was limited, but we were able to understand each other.
We went out in the ...
... the Royal grounds which included the Church of San Lorenzo. This church was very intriguing because on the spring and fall equinox at cerain times, when the sun shines through each dome window, a painting in a little hole is revealed. Then we walked around the city and saw the Palatine Towers and the Basilica of Our Lady Help ...
... cheese and ham and had our usual beer. Then slowly walked back to our hotel. We stopped at the restaurant we wanted to have dinner at last nigh,t and they didn't look open. So when we got back to the hotel we asked the receptionist to call and see if she could make reservations for us tonight. They didn't answer their phone so she said to try again around 5:00. If they are going to be open someone will answer the phone ...
... was the kilogram (about 2.5 pounds) of strawberries I bought for 1 euro! They were juicy and delicious and I only ate about half before I left them at the hostel for whomever wanted some.
After the market I decided to cross the river (note big European cities typically have at least one river) to see the church over there. On the way, I walked through some parks and piazzas with phenomenal architecture. I don’t believe that ...