Art Hotel Olympic
Travel Blogs from Turin
... a few other things and Mike had fish and pasta. My meal was ok, the pasta was definitely fresh – it was different sizes so clearly hand done! It was a bit hard and chewy but not too bad. The others had the same commnt about the pasta. The waiter was so funny – he seemed really happy to give us food and gave us a big smile once he’d served our food! He was really interested to know what we thought of it too and was very happy when we said it ...
... also found a Farmazia for stuff but the fish oils are rare and very expensive here. We eventually had a very hot, very long walk home. The heat challenged both of us but I have a cough and it was a struggle. Cool down and now Craig is watching the Tour du France as they are cycling where he and Terry went cycling.
Wow! It’s all in Italian of course.
... all the tunnels when he was little. One tunnel the Frejus Tunnel was 13 kms long and cost us $60 fee!! Once we crossed the border into Italy, the roads were less good but the mountains were even bigger. We eventually got to Avigliana but 'Adriana’ couldn’t find our place. A phone call to Cinzia got us there. What a gorgeous house – old Italian villa. Our room has a ...
... 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 ...
Slight change of plans - we left Roma at 2pm driving out easily - thank you Sarina (Tomtom) and headed for Asti - Guido navigated the autostrada like a champ and no wrong turns thru the crazy Genoa labyrinth of tunnels. Got in at about 9pm and headed out for some sparkles and dinner.
Gianni and Luca looked after Gran and Papa Tuesday morning visiting the local market and exploring the medieval centre of beautiful Asti. Guido and I headed off to attend a family funeral nearby. Sad ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed