Relais Villa Matilde
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... put it on the menu as "Australian coffee". Good idea!! We ask her about life in Turin and that in fact we learn the contrary to our first impression, this is quite a wealthy part of Turin and that she has a tiny apartment because she couldn't afford more. Renting here is a huge problem too because it's hard to evict tenants, so landlords would rather leave their apartments empty. She is hoping though to upgrade now that she has established herself. How I wish we had met ...
Lovely day touring on the city sight seeing buses. What a grand , stately old city this is. Just beautiful, abounding with Palaces & stunning architecture. Wide streets, large piazzas (Turin boast the largest square in Europe) yet with small alleys bursting with shops & cafes. The gelato here seems not to be displayed in cabinets but in deep containers so you cannot choose with the eyes but select from a list. I may be a little ...
What a way to celebrate a birthday :) sadly it's raining here today though. But what do tourists do when it rains? Go to a museum of course ! We spent the morning wandering through the ancient Egyptian Museum. The largest outside Cairo. Thoroughly enjoyed it all. What an amazing collection they have. ...
... and had one tiny ledge to put half his foot. About a minute or two, he finally found himself in the boat. We took turns sliding down and then Davide would pull each of us into the boat. I was last. I did exactly as the instructor told me. Crossed legs and arms and leant back. BOOM! I slid into the water and came up quickly due to the cooooooooooooooold water. I swam to the boat and 2 of the guys (I think one was Davide but not sure of the other) grabbed my ...
... we reached Mont Blanc. We had wondered during the drive if we'd know/recognise it when we got to it. There was no mistaking it, absolutely spectacular. Completely rose above all the other mountains and capped in snow. We continued our jaw dropping drive by actually driving through the Mont Blanc tunnel. Although the tunnel itself was impressive (11km long), it was the price that got our jaws dropping again - €44 toll. And that was only one ...