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Travel Blogs from Turin
To day we leave for Scotland, but not until we see a bit more of Torino. Guido picks us up early so we an walk around the city a bit more . He takes us to the National Museum of cinema . Once we are inside we take an elevator which takes up to the top of the building. The museum is actually inside the Mole Anelliana tower . This is a major ...
... t want to take our notes. The gate was up anyway, traffic building behind, so we just gave up and went. It's a bit easier today as the traffic isn't bad. Despite plenty of evidence of crashes with damaged guard rails and roadside memorials, we haven't actually seen any accidents, other than a rear ender in the heavy traffic approaching Genoa. Given the degree of tailgating, we are somewhat surprised! We pull off the highway to find a town for lunch. First place has one ...
Today we sleep in a bit and get ready for another full day. Walter picks us up at 11:00 to see some sights. Our first stop is to a beautiful park in Torino . I can't remember the name but its suppose to be a park for lovers. After the park we go to a medieval castle of Valentino , which was built to host the ancient art section of the1884 Turin expo., along the Po river. All the buildings are copies of 15th centuries models from Valle D'Aosta and Piedmont. Then we ...
... Its on the fringe of town, which seems like a farming district. Cant see any welcome signs or where the foyer is, so we pull up near a gate and walk in. It is a long walk across an enormous courtyard. Picture an old western and the gringo walking into town, tumbleweed blowing alongside! There was a big old dog, staring quietly...ominous. Anyway, we of course had the wrong end of the wick. Receptionist seemed a bit off hand but certainly ...
... that was going on, We decided to stop and talk in the local flavor. There was dancing and music, it made for a really nice evening. After we walked around a bit more we got in our cars and drove to a very nice restaurant up in the hills with had authentic Piemonts food . Wonderful dinner with family. Back to our hotel. Buona ...
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