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Via Antonio Cecchi 67, Turin, Piedmont, 10152, Italy | 3 star hotel
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A travel blog entry by kathrynpreston


We caught the train to Torino arriving mid afternoon and had a rest before walking to Pellorino Park where we were attending a free music festival. We caught a few bands including Soulwax, 2 Many DJ's and Tricky. We spent the day wandering around the cobbled streets of Torino, enjoying the fell of the city and checking out some of the beautiful …

Cars, cars, cars!

A travel blog entry by tandlwilkins


Another great day! In the morning we took the metro out to the Turin motor museum. Three floors of cars from the late 1800's to the present day. Surprise, surprise, most of them were fiats, or the fiat brands, so lots of Lancias, Ferraris, Alfas, and other Italian makes now long since disappeared. A really good museum. In the afternoon we went ...

Turin's Egyptian Museum

A travel blog entry by tandlwilkins


Well it was worth the trip! The Egyptian Museum - the Museo Egizio - is a fabulous place. Even though it is in the middle of major building works and only part of the museum is open with only a selection of their collection available to see, we spent 3 and a half hours there absolutely absorbed and spellbound. The objects are so high quality, wonderfully preserved, beautifully displayed and include items rarely seem elsewhere such as ...

Arrival in Turin

A travel blog entry by tandlwilkins

We have finally made it to Turin, which was the original reason for this trip - just to see the Egyptian Museum. It was blazing sunshine when we arrived but there was a thunderstorm later when we were about to go out to dinner. Turin is a more recent city with most buildings dating from 17C ...

Wine Tasting in Asti.

A travel blog entry by kellysusan85


... translated everything he said for us into English, but it really was a true joy just to hear him speak. He was the first person to make me really want to learn italian. The house and cellar was originally built in 1632. The owners had no male heir so when they died it had to be sold. At this time Luigi's grandfather had gone over to Nevada, USA, to work in the talc mines so he could provide for his family. Sadly he was killed in a mining accident ...

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