Hotel Galant

Corso Garibaldi 155, Turin, Piedmont, 10078, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Turin

Popping into Italy for Sunday Mass (as you do)

A travel blog entry by kathyducker

... the body of Dom Bosco and St Marie (a name I didn't recognise but was a bit like mozzarella). Seeing human bodies on display is still strangely drawing for me. Bernadette finds it creepy. . Drove back into France (as you do) once more paying toll after toll after toll... we discussed this and figure that our expense, in order, are flights, accommodation, food, car hire and then petrol and tolls running around equal. There would be another Eureka Stockade if Australia introduced ...

Day 25 - Torino / Turin

A travel blog entry by amandaburrows

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... and dead guys called mummies wrapped up in bandages, etc. and he was very happy to see a statue of Tutankhamen (as was I!). We had another delicious lunch and a not very successful Skype with Brendon's family for Kim's birthday. After a rest we got our gelato and walked down towards the river Po - Brendon found a bar showing Argentina v Switzerland and I took Liam to the museum of Cinema. What an amazing place, this city continues to surprise me with ...

Turin

A travel blog entry by sarahandthomas

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... and the next being 13:35, crazy, there was meant to be an alternative bus at 10:19 but this never showed so we had to wait for the 13:35, luckily the buses ran late enough for us to get back...

Turin, is a lovely city which hasn't been over-run by tourists, which is always a good thing!


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Day 23 - Torino / Turin

A travel blog entry by amandaburrows

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... and a public transport bus just plying the route like it's the most normal thing in the world - not to mention the cyclists - what the heck were they thinking????? The hotel at the grimsel pass used to be a trading post between the Swiss and the Piemontese - but I can imagine it must have been impossible to cross during winter. The descent into the valais region (still in Switzerland) was equally dramatic - not to mention being the source of the ...

Turin--Shrouded by a Mystery and Driven by Fiat

A travel blog entry by wiseowltoo

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... later than it really would have been had it not been for the earthquake. Got all that! A closing note about the Shroud is it is both a symbol of religious devotion in Turin and one of the city's major tourist attractions. At the present time, the Shroud is not on display but will be placed back on public display between April 19 to June 24, 2015.

A few other comments about Turin. It is the former capital of the Kingdom of Sardinia and the home ...

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