Hotel Principi D'Acaja
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Principi D'Acaja Turin
The staff we very friendly and helpful. (However upon check-in there was one female person behind the counter who was uninviting and sour- we did not encounter her again thank heavens.) The breakfasts were typical European and of good quality,the breakfast room was very charming, and the coffee excellent. Wifi connection was very good. The hotel is very well located, close to public transport,within walking distance of city centre, and with numerous restaurants and cafes close by. Would recommend to stay there.
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28/11/2011 - Key word for today is TUNNELS. Driving thru the Alps you would tend to
think of towering snow capped peaks, plunging valleys, and roaring
rivers. Uh Uh. No such luck. After leaving Chamonix we get to the Mont
After parting with 36Euros we entered the tunnel which is 10km long -
so much for parting …
... The cafes are so beautiful they are like mini- Versailles palaces. There are so many of them, each one more glittering than the last.
Noel was snapping away like a turtle with his camera , also in heaven !!!
Enjoy the pictures , we are off to the south of Turin now , 1hour away , to stay in the wine growing district of Barolo , in the very small 16th century town of La Morra for a week
Ciao for now - R&N xx
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We went out in the ...
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