Residence Miramonti

Piazza Derna 238, Turin, Piedmont, 10154, Italy | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Turin

Cars, cars, cars!

A travel blog entry by tandlwilkins

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... It was a fantastic experience, and the views of the alps in the distance were also wonderful. All that was missing was Michael Caine and the three minis (from the film - The Italian Job). We stopped in the main square in Turin for a cup of famously good hot chocolate on the way back. Is this the best drinking chocolate in the world? Could ...

Turin's Egyptian Museum

A travel blog entry by tandlwilkins

6

... lunch we wandered around Turin for a while to see the baroque palaces, medieval duomo and remains of a Roman theatre and city gate. Turin is famous for its chocolate and we had a delicious cup of thick dark hot chocolate in one of the cafés in the main square - heaven! It's been lovely and sunny today so we sat on our balcony in the sun for a while before another tasty dinner in a trattoria, then back to watch the European cup ...

Arrival in Turin

A travel blog entry by tandlwilkins

... are grand squares and many of the streets are lined with colonnades which are convenient for window shoppers if it is raining. On the way back from dinner we walked down a whole street lined with plant stalls, just left there at the end of the day - a dazzling avenue of beautiful flowers and ...

Wine Tasting in Asti.

A travel blog entry by kellysusan85

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... fermentation process and they would suffocate. As he grew up and learned the trade, he became an expert and a soon enough he was the owner and head of Ferraris (the wine company). He has now passed it down to his son Lucca who has won just about every possible award that one can win for wine. Luigi took us to see his private collection in his cellar, it was remarkable and beautiful. The cellar looked like a makeshift burrow or cavern deep in the ground ...

Torino

A travel blog entry by seancab

Turin was nonstop and I'm exhausted. It started last night when I realized that the train I was taking would arrive in Turin an hour after the reception office was supposed to close at my hostel. I planned alternative arrangements as I rushed there, but fortunately they were still open. This morning I was out by 9 to see the Egizio Muzeo, the largest collection of Egyptian artifacts outside of ...

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