"INTERESTING PROPOSALS FOR THE CENTENARY"
by MARINA BECCUTI
We are in the "precollina" (base of the hill), one of the most charming areas of Turin, halfway between the Po and the splendid greenery of the hills, on the way to Superga. The Hotel Crimea guarantees quiet and comfort to those who wish to spend some days in the capital of Sapaudia, in an atmosphere different from what might be expected from the stereotypes that abound regarding the city.
We meet Matteo Capuzzo, son of the owner of the hotel, who tells us of the passion of his family for the "Toro". "My father is always telling me of when he was a child, and his father, who opened the first brasserie in Turin in Piazza San Carlo, hosted the footballers of the "Grande Torino". It was them: Mazzola, Loik and all the rest, but his favourite was Fadini! And so on Sundays he went to the "Filadelfia". And Sundays are stadium time also for me".