Villa d'Azeglio

Address: Via Azeglio, 17, Albiano d'Ivrea, Province of Turin, Piedmont, 10010, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located in the Gramercy Park area of Albiano d'Ivrea.
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Travel Blogs from Albiano d'Ivrea

Prime Practices To Assistance Your Weight Loss Efforts

A travel blog entry by milenarive338 on Jan 09, 15

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Those who have tried various exercise routines and tends to give up them all should try the simplest type of exercise of all -walking. Very often, people who don't like fitness treadmills, gyms or exercise machines don't mind going for a walk. You will find few limitations on where you can walk, as possible walk in the woods, city streets or around a running monitor. You can start with short ranges and a ...

Touring Torino or is that Turin?

A travel blog entry by just_imagine on Jan 02, 2015

1 comment, 16 photos

... chapel for the Shroud. Obviously you don't see the real thing because its encased in an aluminium and glass case and covered by a cloth for protection. So not sure what the queue was for!

While we have been touring around Italy Nic has been sailing hard at the 125 National titles, at Tumby Bay SA and he sailed his boat to an impressive 6th position overall. Well done to Nic & his crew. Watch out next year with the new boat and home ...

I've been everywhere, man.

A travel blog entry by caeneden on Sep 23, 2014

4 comments, 19 photos

... about this before I came. So off on a walk I went. It was lovely. Grabbed some lunch... A ham and cheese roll ... and 'still' water. The lady in the shop and I had quite a discussion about this bottle of water. Imagine it in Italian... and Australian. " Is this still water?" " Yes." " It says fizzie." She went back to the fridge 3 times... ( And I don't think I was her biggest spender of the day.) I think she told me to go home. But with a smile on her face. ...

A day in the life of a wine...

A travel blog entry by zaynard on Oct 18, 2013

13 photos

... Christoph as he poured tastes from several fermenters, and as many barrels, for us to taste. It wasn't long, however, before we were interrupted in our sipping by the first of two tractor loads of grapes arriving, ready to be destemmed and crushed. We stood by as crate after crate was unloaded into the machine that would separate the berries from the stems and then crush the grapes. All that yummy goodness was then pumped up to the second floor and into one of ...

1772. A Royal City

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Sep 09, 2013

88 photos

... and St Francis of Assisi, Two religious men who were able to "think outside the box" at a time when this wasn't accepted too well. But unlike St Francis, Peter Waldo was unable to stay under the umbrella of the Catholic faith, and as a result, his followers were subject to persecution, torture and massacre over the next couple of centuries, the descriptions of which I've read are truly revolting. It's hard to believe now that the ancestors of ...