No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel FortyFive Chivasso
Travel Blogs from Chivasso
Tonight we are dining in the Chops Grille for my birthday. They claim the best steak on the high seas. We have much more motion on this crossing than we did last year in the Pacific. They have drained and closed the pools until we get to some calmer waters. They have also made some subtle changes in the entertainment because of the increased motion.
So, we hope all are well and we will get back to you when better conditions permit. ...
... another but weariness is setting in and we head back to where we were and where I spied a little trattoria and settle on it. We order something which turns out to be a cheese platter and a bottle of Chianti. It is fine. We finish and go back to the hotel stopping at the gelateria on the way and indulge in 3 flavours of gelato - the berry and fig are delicious, but not so sure about the coffee. When we come out of the shop we notice a bus just sitting in the middle of the ...
Lovely day touring on the city sight seeing buses. What a grand , stately old city this is. Just beautiful, abounding with Palaces & stunning architecture. Wide streets, large piazzas (Turin boast the largest square in Europe) yet with small alleys bursting with shops & cafes. The gelato here seems not to be displayed in cabinets but in deep containers so you cannot choose with the eyes but select from a list. I may be a little ...
... was shining once again we we cam out so we found ourselves wandering the streets of this Grand Old city so beautiful. Torino was actually the first Capital city of Italy A lite lunch & beer & we'll catch up with the Chooks again tonight for a birthday dinner. Happy Birthday my darling Geoff ...
... we reached Mont Blanc. We had wondered during the drive if we'd know/recognise it when we got to it. There was no mistaking it, absolutely spectacular. Completely rose above all the other mountains and capped in snow. We continued our jaw dropping drive by actually driving through the Mont Blanc tunnel. Although the tunnel itself was impressive (11km long), it was the price that got our jaws dropping again - €44 toll. And that was only one ...