Villa Avogadro

Quaregna, Turin, Piedmont, Italy | Villa
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Beautiful Lake Orta

A travel blog entry by lindaa48


... how warm it is today- not the freezing weather I was expecting. Back on the shore we slowly wander through the small streets, visit the painter statue at the end of a wisteria walk in the council gardens and then wander along the water's edge back to where we parked the car. It is so peaceful and beautiful here. I love it even more now. A meandering drive home, along Lake Maggiore, through Verbania, stopping at a big supermarket to buy food for dinner for the next few ...

First trip to the Mountain House

A travel blog entry by lindaa48


... hour Gilberto thought it would take us. He did say that it is slower when there is snow! But somehow I think I was even slower! Luckily he has given me his walking poles which I use to balance and pull myself up the steep slope. We finally reach his house and it is absolutely amazing! I've never seen anything like it. The views back down the mountain the his village below are beautiful. All around us are birch and beech forests, ...

Leaving Milan!

A travel blog entry by chella


... a few frantic minutes they found the number and called him back!! When he returned he was NOT HAPPY saying in Italian we was just here,(arms waving), I told him bsck in Italian we were waiting right here!!!! Too bad! So we get in the shuttle, off at the airport then go to find VAT tax office! Line was over 1 hr long if your stuff was in suitcase, we rearranged and got most in our carryon. Thankful ...

The day of cheese!

A travel blog entry by nabeards


... tour the cave. We put on some extra coats and descended underground. Although it was just us walking through a regular door, nothing ominous as you might imagine going into a cave. Their organization began in 1876, with Gorgonzola cheese. We learned all about the aging process, saw so many cheeses, found out about location driven regional designations and how cheese is similar to wine in that way. There are many traditions involved and regulations required. We were able to ...

On the train

A travel blog entry by nabeards


... and some sparkling water, very popular here. The train route continued through a huge glass station in Torino, passing a nuclear power plant, castles and churches. What a big variety of things to view! We did notice that in Italy it was more urban, populated, modern and somewhat depressed compared to what we saw in France. After a quick lay over in Milan we reach our destination. Having no idea what type of town/city/country to expect we come out of ...


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