Via Martino Spanzotti 5, Turin, Piedmont, 10139, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Turin

Popping into Italy for Sunday Mass (as you do)

A travel blog entry by kathyducker

... One of the stalls sold Fondant aux pommes and we finally relented and bought one. A yellow dough with a slice of Apple. Deep fried. Rolled in sugar. Absolutely delicious. I did mention to Brent that if he deep fried me and rolled me in sugar I would probably taste ok too. Life is pretty tough if you don't taste good after such treatment. Had a quiet afternoon catching up with diaries etc and cooked vegetarians nachos (just like my sister and I used to make when we were at ...

Day 25 - Torino / Turin

A travel blog entry by amandaburrows


... godfather 2 script), sets and costumes. They had the alien from Aliens, Robocop and pre-production masks from Star Wars. Costumes from gangs of New York and Oscar dresses worn my best actress winners. We were both star struck! We ate a slow food trattoria in the piazza and it was really lovely...a great last supper in Turin! Tomorrow we head to piemonte wine region to a b&b for 4 nights - after that we leave Italy and head to France for the remainder of our trip. ...


A travel blog entry by sarahandthomas


... and the next being 13:35, crazy, there was meant to be an alternative bus at 10:19 but this never showed so we had to wait for the 13:35, luckily the buses ran late enough for us to get back...

Turin, is a lovely city which hasn't been over-run by tourists, which is always a good thing!


Day 23 - Torino / Turin

A travel blog entry by amandaburrows


... you could see that all of the cloud was trapped on the Italian side of the pass.....and it rained for the next 2 hours all the way to Torino. I'm glad I've been to Italy before as it's not a very pretty way to enter the country - once you leave the mountains it's very flat, criss-crossed with motorways and rice fields and high speed rail lines. Then you stop at the motorway services and have the best coffee you've had in a month!! The outskirts of ...

Turin--Shrouded by a Mystery and Driven by Fiat

A travel blog entry by wiseowltoo


... PhD thesis on the "complex variants of the Italian Renaissance and its implied impact on socio-economic, political and cultural development of the Po Valley between1490 and 1859". On a more recent note, Turin hosted the 2006 Winter Olympics which allowed the City to make a number of upgrades to its infrastructure in support of the Olympics. Yes, it is worth a visit to Turin just to better understand the mystery surrounding the Shroud of Turin, or if you own a ...


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