That’s the amount of people who came through our lovely city to view this…. The Holy Shroud It is believed to be the actual cloth that wrapped the body of Jesus Christ. The permanent display is a photocopy of the shroud but this year… the cloth itself was on display. To be honest, it sure … More 2,113,128
Did you know that Torino is the Chocolate capital of Italy? Well, you know now! In my opinion, the best time to visit Torino is in the winter because that’s when you have the best of the best in production. Chocolate is an art and because it is so delicate the best chocolate can only … More Affogato al Cioccolato
Last Friday, We went to check out a “Mexican” restaurant here in Torino that I’ve heard quite a lot about. Malibu was recommended to me by a few of the students that go to The World. The World is one of many Language Schools here in Torino and that’s where I go for my Italian … More Restaurant Review: Malibu
It’s fall here in Torino. The leaves are changing and the weather is perfect. Not too hot, not too cold. It’s a perfect time to take a stroll with the one you love, eat some Grom and do a little book shopping. Last weekend, Carlo and I headed downtown to check out Portici di Carta. … More Portici di Carta
*disclaimer- I apologize for not posting this earlier but.. i’m on vacation. (i know i’ve been on vacation since i got here but, it’s August! All of Italy is on vacation) to find out who the Rodriguez family is… click here for their mention in the Milan post. Last month, (July 24th to be exact) … More Rodirugez Family visits Torino!
What do you call a place that has….. 7 Restaurants 1 Pizzeria 1 Agrigelateria 1 Caffe’ 1 Bar AND a Library a Bookstore an Internet hot spotAND a School with 10 educational areas 3 classrooms AND a Museum AND 10,000 High quality foods and beverages It’s called, MY NEW FAVORITE STORE!!!!! This place…. is AMAZING!! … More Food lovers Paradise
Yes, you read correctly. I hiked up the hill to Superga and it went like this…. A few months ago, Carlo started his weekly hiking trips with a friend of his. We had planned to go to Superga back in June but, we kept changing our plans due to weather or other events. We consulted … More Hiking Superga
A couple of weeks ago, Carlo took me to one of his favorite Pizzerie. He warned me about the size of the pizza and said it would be bigger than usual. Bigger than a usual pizza?? Here’s a pizza from Otto e tre quarti (8-3/4) Looks pretty big right?Here’s the pizza from Lapislazzulo It’s about … More I love it when the Pizza is bigger than my head!
If you’ve been reading the past posts about all of our visitors, you notice 1 thing… EVERYONE goes to the Mole Antonelliana. It is the symbol of our city and one of my favorite places to go for a great view of the city. The only problem is that every time we have guests… the … More Must Do in Torino
As many times as I have been to Torino (before the move) I never thought about doing a bus tour.. that is until my parents said they wanted to. So, one cloudy day… we hopped on the CitySightseeing Torino tour bus. For 15 euros per person, you get an hour long tour of the city. … More CitySightseeing Torino