Lo Scudiero

Via Exilles, 84, 10146 , Turin, Piedmont, 10146, Italy | Hotel
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Popping into Italy for Sunday Mass (as you do)

A travel blog entry by kathyducker

... tolls. In nan hour and a half drive we were asked for 1.20€, 6.70€ And another one ( or 2?) that is not coming to me. I forgot to write yesterday that by going through a tunnel that was about 13 km they hit us up for 42.70€ And that on top of the numerous other tolls during the day. Had lunch at home. Spent the afternoon tracking around the town again. The 3 youngest had another turn at archery. This time was a bit more on their own and they enjoyed that ...

Day 25 - Torino / Turin

A travel blog entry by amandaburrows

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Buonasera!! And many happy returns to Kim and Mark on their birthdays today xx Quick post tonight - too much living la dolce vita and I am exhausted. Also randomly had terrible hayfever today - bleuch!' What can I report about yesterday? It was a stunning sunny day and we headed to the museum of the automobile, just out of town. This was the main reason for our heading to Turin (though it's turned out to be fantastic for so many reasons). Went a bit too long for ...

Turin

A travel blog entry by sarahandthomas

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We arrived at our next site - Mill Park Camping just outside Turin for a couple of nights stay and a visit into the City.

We woke up around 9am on the day we were due to head into the City, by the time we got up and sorted it was around 9:50, checked the bus timetables to discover the bus times were ...

Day 23 - Torino / Turin

A travel blog entry by amandaburrows

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... downright scary - lots of graffiti and boarded up shops, large groups of men, anarchic driving (such a hilarious contrast to orderly Switzerland). After driving around in circles Griswald style near our apartment, we threw in the towel, parked the car and walked there! And thank goodness it didn't disappoint - what an amazing place - it's in an attic in a 500 year old building, smack bang in the middle of the city (thanks air bnb). Beautifully ...

Turin--Shrouded by a Mystery and Driven by Fiat

A travel blog entry by wiseowltoo

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Turin--Shrouded by a Mystery or Driven by Fiat. If you ask the average Italian to name the one city in their mind that is closes to the 'Motor City" (Detroit), they would say Turin or Torino. Turin is a city that at one time employed over 100,000 people building a variety of cars of the Fiat Brand which has been in Turin since 1899. The cars which include the Fiat, Jeep, Abarth, Lancia, Chrysler, Dodge and Ram Trucks make Fiat the second largest European ...

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