Parco Sassi Hotel
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... we found this amazing local Pizza place, it one that the locals use, so there was no English going on at all. But we got 2 medium Pizza's for euros 7, can't moan about that, and we couldn't even eat it all.
The following morning we had arranged to see the The Shroud of Turin, due to circumstances this did not happen, but we went off to our next destination, Capena Rome.
... There was a huge roar and banging from the bar next door. We headed next to the Luigi Ferraris' house for wine tasting. In the 1920s Luigi's grandmother used money she received after her husband died in the Nevada mines to buy a vineyard. The vineyard is currently owned by Luigi's son Luca who has built a new vineyard nearby. Luigi's house was previously the centre of winemaking and dates back to the 17th century. ...
... for the stops we had planned for today. Our first little village, Avigliana, is perched beside two glacier fed lakes and surrounded by the Alps. Too bad we couldn't see either. We drove to the Abbey, Sacra di San Michele, at the top of a really high mountain. This monastic community was founded around the year 1,000. During this abbey's prime it attracted pilgrims on their way to Rome and as a ...
After our night in the hotel at Turin we got on our bus, and headed out to see the Shroud of Turin. The bus dropped us off fa little ways from the Shroud so we had to walk about half a mile. The Shroud was really amazing, and we all enjoyed being able to actually see the body of our Lord, Jesus Christ. After we viewed the Shroud ...
... show us an introduction to the Shroud and shared what all the parts we were looking at in English. It was very clear you could see the face of Christ, blood spill around his head, puncture wounds in his hand and feet and where he had been speared in the side. They also showed us the back of the Shroud where you could see the back of his head and back whip marks. For me it was a very moving thing to see. I'm glad we ...