Torino – Train Station Photo Walk

Post by blogger | March 1, 2012      

Covered sidewalk.

Covered sidewalk.

Rental bikes.

Rental bikes.

Train station.

Train station.

Italian street corner chat room.

Italian street corner chat room.



Torino, typical building and environs.

Torino, typical building and environs.

Statues, everywhere.

Statues everywhere.

Ancient Roman stone walls give way to something slightly newer.

Ancient Roman stone walls give way to something slightly newer.


Tracks (actually not in Torino, but on the way north back to Austria.)

Study up on Turin at the Wiki.

Italian desert.

If you made it this far let's lighten things up from the greyscale with a nice Italian desert offering. Any of you Italy experts know what this is?


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5 Responses to “Torino – Train Station Photo Walk”

  1. Mark W March 1st, 2012 10:44 am

    Looks like that dessert has dark chocolate on it, but aside from that, I can’t name it.

  2. Gentle Sasquatch March 1st, 2012 10:59 am

    No idea. Looks like an English Muffin with a chocolate burp 🙂

    We may nickname you SweetToothLou


  3. Lou March 1st, 2012 11:24 am

    Semifreddo al torrone… and yes, I’m watching out for adult onset diabetes (grin), and . Lou

  4. Pete Anzalone March 1st, 2012 5:43 pm

    Terrific, poetic photo essay – very enjoyable and with out those needless calories.

  5. SquakMtn March 3rd, 2012 2:43 pm

    That dessert looks delicious, like many good Italian foods, it starts with good ingredients (for 4 persons):

    150 gms torrone
    1 egg white
    100 gms sugar
    200 gms cream to whip
    2 tbsp toasted hazelnuts, chopped
    1 pinch salt

    made with one of the most popular Italian Christmas sweets: torrone

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