Le Serre Suites & Apartments
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to the couple of French vineyard areas that we had seen, it was obvious that we were in Italy this time around. As we twisted and turned our way up into the hills the views kept getting prettier and prettier until we finally arrived in the heart of the region, a little town called Barolo. The hotel that we stayed at was situated on a working vineyard and had its own restaurant as well so we were able to set up shop and just relax because ...
At the start of our last day in Turin, we headed across town to the new(ish) Juventus Stadium for a guided tour through the facilities. One of the most interesting things I found was that the stadium is owned and was built by the Juventus club themselves, as opposed to the other stadiums which are government-run facilities. What this means is that the facility is very modern and affords the club the ability ...
After sleeping off the previous nights blowout, we headed back into Verona's original city centre.
The first stop is the jewel in Verona's crown, Arena di Verona, a 2,000 year-old Roman ampitheatre in Piazza Bra still in regular use today. In fact it was in the process of being setup for an opera performance in a few days time. We climbed all over the ampitheatre trying to imagine what it ...
Nothing was planned for the morning so we decided to take a walk around the local neighbourhood. We checked out the daily markets and also wandered around a small supermarket checking out the different products available.
After another beautiful home-cooked lunch we went to Parco del Valentino, a massive historical public park stretching around 10km along the River Po. We strolled through part of the parklands, ...
We spent the morning visiting some of the city sights, starting with a drive up to Villa della Regina (former residence of the Queen) on the hills over-looking the city. After a wander through the grounds we headed into Turin itself for a walk around the city centre, taking in Piazza Vittorio Veneto, Piazza Castello, Palazzo Reale & Piazza San Carlo.
After another beautiful home-cooked lunch (risotto), we drove about an hour to the Langa ...