Vald Hotel

Address: Via Lanzo 35, Val della Torre, Piedmont, 10040, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Via Lanzo 35, Val della Torre, is near Castello di Rivoli Museum of Contemporary Art.
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    Travel Blogs from Val della Torre

    Torino

    A travel blog entry by annecastiglione on Aug 10, 2015

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    Taking care of loose ends. Went for lunch at another friend of Annalia's, Rosanna. Stopped at the post office to mail important papers. Only took 45 minutes to process. Words cannot describe Rosanna's apartment. She is a collector of all sorts knickknacks. In every room. I'm sorry I wasn't able to take photos of the different rooms. The living room had floor to ...

    Torino

    A travel blog entry by annecastiglione on Aug 09, 2015

    6 photos

    ... to the cemetery to visit her parent's grave site. I know this sounds crazy but it was really quite something. I've never seen such elaborate crypts. One interesting site is a memorial to those from Torino who died in concentration camps in WWII. Ashes of those gassed are in a commemorative box. A very moving moment. Also visited the Jewish section of the cemetery where writer Primo Levi is ...

    HEAVEN AND THE EGYPTIAN MUSEUM

    A travel blog entry by annecastiglione on Aug 04, 2015

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... world after Egypt, an interest that began with an imitation altar piece. It inspired the king of Italy to send a botanist to Egypt to collect items from its past. Stopped at the Parco del Valentino where there is a beautiful fountain depicting the four seasons and the twelve months. Home for a short rest and dinner al fresco ...

    Groceries and Gelato

    A travel blog entry by annecastiglione on Aug 03, 2015

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    Today we're off to do some grocery shopping, a bus, the Metro and another bus. The supermarket has everything, but across the street is a place called Eataly. I remember watching a Mario Batali cooking show and he mentioned this store. It has every food imaginable and is divided into many different areas: pasta, meat, cheeses, fish, pastries, cooking supplies, cook books, a cafe and ...

    BARBECUE

    A travel blog entry by annecastiglione on Aug 02, 2015

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    ... two husbands tended the grill. Sausages, spiedini, chicken, eggplant and grilled peppers, and something that looked like a hot dog . Had fun with francesco who said call me Frank but spoke very little English. We joked around and everyone was so friendly and understanding of my attempts at speaking italian. What's funny is that there are always some who want to practice their english. Good ...