Hotel Sila

Piazza Carlo Felice, 80, Turin, Piedmont, 10121, Italy | 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

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... 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

We have finally made it to Turin, which was the original reason for this trip - just to see the Egyptian Museum. It was blazing sunshine when we arrived but there was a thunderstorm later when we were about to go out to dinner. Turin is a more recent city with most buildings dating from 17C ...

Wine Tasting in Asti.

A travel blog entry by kellysusan85

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... 4000kgs of the grapes when for an average wine you can collect up to 10000; meaning they select only the finest of all the grapes to produce the wine. Before the wine is even bottled it matures in the wooden vats for 5 years and is then bottled. This wine was deeeelicious! Mum bought herself a case of it and had it shipped home. We then went for a spectacular lunch at La Miraja which was a delicious banquet style meal out in a courtyard of a ...

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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