Hotel Ristorante Reginna Po

Stranda Torino 29, Moncalieri, Piedmont, 10024, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Moncalieri

Interesting Italy

A travel blog entry by abradleyx3

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I've never felt the urge to go to Italy until I started researching it for my Bucket List. It is really pretty and I've always wanted to own a winery, or at least ride on horseback like they did in the movie Parent Trap. After much research on Italy, I decided to book a flight to Barbaresco, Italy. It is in Piedmont, Italy, and is abundant with wineries. How ...

Cars, cars, cars!

A travel blog entry by tandlwilkins

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... road from the museum to the old Fiat factory. When it was built, in the 1920s I think, it was the biggest in the world and it has an oval test track, with banked ends, on top of the roof of the building. A ticket to the Agnelli art gallery also gives access to the track so we were able to go out and walk round a lap (didn't bother with ...

Turin's Egyptian Museum

A travel blog entry by tandlwilkins

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... items, linens, organic remains of food, baskets, leather as well as the usual stone, faience, metal. Most of the best objects were excavated during the Napoleonic era and shipped by the French consul to the highest bidder - Duke of Savoy, based in Turin. The British Museum did not bid high enough! We can't wait to come back in a year or two when the building work is complete and more of the objects will be on display in new modern ...

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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... was a bit of fun. However I am sure that when it was full of grapes it would have been anything but fun. They were seriously hard workers! He showed us where he used to stomp on the grapes when he was a little boy and then the contraption that the squishy fermented grapes went into to crush and juice them further. During fermentation they had to take a candle with them because if it went out they knew that there was too much carbon dioxide in the air ...

 

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