Hotel Roma e Rocca Cavour
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Roma e Rocca Cavour Turin
Very well located and helpful. Clean. Definitely three star overall accommodations rating but room is very comfortable. Due to urban location, it is quite noisy when the windows are open. It has everything I need. I would stay here again.
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It is long flight from Houston to Munich...almost 11 hours. But there was nobody on the seat next to me so it was very comfortable. But I was very glad to reach my hotel, shower, take a short restivo (mid afternoon nap) and then explore.
The Italians are very social. Perhaps because they live in apartments in the city, they are all in the …
Not much to say on this, we were both very disappointed with Turin. We felt that we done a lot of driving in the city for nothing really, its not the easiest place to get around.
The Bed and Breakfast that we stayed in was very nice , very clean and modern, no complaints there, her English was limited, but we were able to understand each other.
We went out in the ...
... There was a huge roar and banging from the bar next door. We headed next to the Luigi Ferraris' house for wine tasting. In the 1920s Luigi's grandmother used money she received after her husband died in the Nevada mines to buy a vineyard. The vineyard is currently owned by Luigi's son Luca who has built a new vineyard nearby. Luigi's house was previously the centre of winemaking and dates back to the 17th century. ...
... for the stops we had planned for today. Our first little village, Avigliana, is perched beside two glacier fed lakes and surrounded by the Alps. Too bad we couldn't see either. We drove to the Abbey, Sacra di San Michele, at the top of a really high mountain. This monastic community was founded around the year 1,000. During this abbey's prime it attracted pilgrims on their way to Rome and as a ...
... Next we went to the Don Bosco School and Basilica. Here we were able to see St. Don Bosco's relics, have our private mass, and eat lunch. After a couple hours at the Don Bosco Bascillica we drove to Venice, which took about four to five hours. When we arrived at our hotel we ate there, grabbed some Gelato, and went to ...