Villa Avogadro

Address: Quaregna, Turin, Piedmont, Italy | Villa
 
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This villa is located on Quaregna, Turin.
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    Ship of fools

    A travel blog entry by crabby on Jul 29, 2015

    15 photos

    ... t be on one as our appetites for any more European cities has been completely replaced by pasta, gelato and no wake up calls), as well as church bells from a 17th century clock tower.

    Getting the lay of the land and sidestepping the significant language barrier took care of most of the first 48 hours here, though we did find time to hop in the pool & break the inflatable raft.

    Today, we hired a sailboat for a few hours. No ...

    Last full day in Milano

    A travel blog entry by brownd5548 on Jul 20, 2015

    ... a pasta and salad lunch in the resturant. After lunch I went through my notes and maps to write the text for each blog. My methodology had been to load the photos for each day first then use them to jog my memory on the days happenings. At 8pm I wandered down to the resturant for dinner and sat there slowly eating and publishing my blogs. I am now up to date and ready for the last three days of my holiday. Tomorrow I ...

    The architecture of EXPO 2015 Milano

    A travel blog entry by brownd5548 on Jul 19, 2015

    103 photos

    Day 39 I slept in to 9am then headed down to breakfast. Today I was going on an expedition to find EXPO 2015 Milano. I left the hotel on the 11am shuttle bus to the Airport where I caught the Malpensa Express train to Cardona station. Deciding on an early lunch, I found a cafe and had one of the best salads of the whole trip. Washed down with sparkling water. I then boarded the underground on the M1 ...

    Rest day Milan

    A travel blog entry by brownd5548 on Jul 18, 2015

    Day 38 It seems strange this morning not to get dressed in riding gear and have to rush to pack my bags. I wandered down to breakfast at 8:40am to say good by to those that were leaving today. It was another very hot day so I decided to have a true rest day and stay in the hotel precinct and catch up on emails and my blog. This plan did not eventuate, as Apple had released ...

    1772. A Royal City

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Sep 09, 2013

    88 photos

    ... my attention. It runs diagonally through the city, lined with pleasant portico. There's a plaque that explains: one ruler decided thought this part of town was getting a bit run down, so he had the whole neighborhood demolished and a grand boulevard built to run through it. Not sure quite how to feel about that. Overall, I like this city. It's not going to make my Top Ten or even Top Twenty Italian cities... but definitely a worthwhile place to ...