Relais Villa Matilde
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If you're anxious to lose weight, it might be tempting to buy the latest diet book that promises that you could lose 10 pounds each week and has you existing on less than one thousand calories per day. Whatever these fad diets might call them selves, you can be sure that ...
Friday 2nd Jan - We left Padova to head for Torino (also called Turin) which caused some confusion when booking the hotel. Torino is what the Italians call the town, Turin is the english version of the name. Its the fourth largest city in Italy after Rome, Milan & Naples. It was the first capital of the united kingdom of Italy from 1861 - 1865 and home to the Royal family. It's a major city for academics, artists, tourism, Italian car ...
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... of a glacier, strewn with chunky ice boulders glistening
in the day light. The entrance to the tunnel was not spectacular.
It reminded us that the tunnel was actually quite old. 28 Euros for
19 Km. It was a novelty after all to listen to our rumbling exhaust
for such a long time, but it also saved us a long detour.
We emerged into Italy
and blazing sunshine. We stopped to admire the view behind of Mont
Blanc and ...
... the hilltops, and once again producing world-class wines. Our final destination for the afternoon was Christoph's cantina, or winery if you prefer. D and I took in the sights of the unassuming production, noting that it was pretty similar to most of the other small wineries we had visited. The building that housed the operation was old, half exposed to the elements because one of the walls was completely missing...perhaps it was never there...? We trotted around the ...