- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
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... much today. We were apparently near the main centre so we walked in that direction and came across a busier area with shops etc. We popped into a few as we walked along but I can’t say that the Italian fashion really appealed to me. Then we happened to stumble across a square in which a big platform stage had been set up with rows and rows of red chairs for the audience. There was already a lot of people sitting down and the orchestra was playing some ...
... chunk of the historical district has been torn down and turned into parking lots--right in the middle of town, leaving just a couple of semi-abandoned buildings. Seems a big odd... normally Italian cities are obsessed with preserving their historical buildings... Sorry, Asti, I'd like to spend more time with you, but I've gotta ...
Day 294 2 hrs, 3.6 kms Of course I've got to check out a town with a name like this! I get off the train just as high school students get out for lunch break and join a crowd of them in a doner shop for a sandwich shop. Nice town to wander around in, with part of the city up on a ridge, with some castle like homes... and yes, you can buy a bra in Bra, in case you were ...
Day 294 3 hrs, 1.7 kms Now it's time to head east completing my Piedmont loop. I've still got two more provinces to do, but I should still be able to squeeze a couple towns along the way. My first stop, Cavallomaggiore is a small town with lots and lots of churches... several in each block. I stop in a shop and the shopkeeper gets to chatting with me and I ask her about it. "People are quite religious here" she goes on to tell me about the religious trips she has gone ...
... folks of Turin committed such atrocities just a few centuries ago. And here it is, in 2013, a large Waldensian church standing proudly in the heart of Torino. Of course, they enjoy fully equal rights in a now secular Italy... so I'm happy for them. But that military jeep in front of the synagogue just a few blocks away is a reminder that the desire to scapegoat and persecute religious minorities hasn't entirely died out from some people's hearts... ...