Casa Pavesi Hotel

Via IV Novembre 4, Piedmont, 12060 , Italy | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Via IV Novembre 4, Piedmont, is near San Giulio Island, Chapel of the Pieta (Santuario della Pieta), and Umbrella and Parasol Museum.
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    Milan

    A travel blog entry by margsim on Jul 04, 2014

    Lost six hours today in the time difference from New York to Milan but will gain one back when we get to London tomorrow. We had very little sleep on the plane and it was raining when we got here at 1pm local time so we took it easy. Had a nice Italian meal in the hotel restaurant ...

    Flying to a new journey ...

    A travel blog entry by nomad82 on Jul 02, 2014

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    Hello my beautiful people,

    This entry is perhaps the most difficult one to write as it is my last. I am back home in Switzerland after a VERY long journey back. I flew with Emirates and I must say it is an excellent airline. The flight was smooth and the service was great. From Singapore to Dubai, I was sitting at the exit seat at the first seat as you enter the plane behind the pilot cabin. I watched a few movies including: the book thief, home front, ...

    Travel tips for train travellers

    A travel blog entry by groovyduck on Jul 02, 2014

    Whilst I don't have a plan of absolute military precision I do my prep and subsequently have less hassle at stations. The interwebz are your friend as the Italian rail site is excellent for schedules and online 'no need to composter' tickets Almost all rail classes on Italian trains are very nice, increasing class really just increases the width of your ...

    Stresa statzione

    A travel blog entry by groovyduck on Jul 02, 2014

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    Found a more useful train that goes right into Milan porta garibaldi so tugged the luggage up the hill, the extra 10 euros spent on wheels with a 2 year guarantee paying off, I reckon if I'd brought one from the Chinese merchants in Florence the wheels would have come off leaving the boat. Stresa station has hints of faded fin d'ciel elegance, some very Austrian nouveau ironwork and signage fading away under an onslaught ...

    Zia Anna and Zio Antonio

    A travel blog entry by angelovarelas on Jul 02, 2014

    We were driving to Italy in we're my zia and Zio came from we had dinner that night at there place we had a lot of food zia was a very good cook I thought it would be coffee and biscuits. We then went back to the hotel. We went back to Zia and Zio's that day we had more food then that night and we had dinner there to I then felt really sick I stayed in the bathroom for like an hour that's how much it ...