Fior di Farine
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Stopped here for the night, couldn't make Monaco.
The town is called Cuneo, it's got a lovely main piazza with bars and restaurants all round.
Is a bit out of the way, and I think is a base camp for skiing in the winter.
The B&B was great value, absolutely spotless room, with underground parking, worth a call if you're in that area.
So off to San Remo, which means mountains, got to find a Garmin store, as Sally can't find London, I spell it ...
Busy day today. Lunch at a friend's house in Asti and dinner with the son of Annalia's mother's best friend. Complicated I know. Taking a train to Asti. I don't know the exact temperature but Dante's Inferno could be an accurate description. If this isn't global warming what is it. You can see the fields of corn dying from lack of water. Nice lunch and visit and back on the train. Dinner with ...
Alba was our addition to our trip after we had already decided on the other four places. We cut down on time in Siena and Cinque Terre to make two nights in Alba. Because of this, we knew it would be a shorter visit than we wanted, but it was better than not getting there at all.
What a beautiful region! Very different than Tuscany, but still vineyard after vineyard and hill after hill. What made it so breathtaking was ...
... eager to share their knowledge and have great pride in their produce . They all exclaim " Ah, Australie, molto distante" when they find out where we are from. They are delighted, bit puzzled as to how we found our way to La Morra.
We booked into a 5th generation family estate "Marrone Cru". Nonna cooked Pranza (lunch) and with each of the 6 courses we had a glass of matched wine , sitting in the cellar with other guests.
... but we didn't get to taste it. Some of the group bought wine but I chose not to even through the prices were good. A smashed bottle of schnapps at Heathrow still haunts me today. We weaved our way up the street to La Miraja di Gatti Eugenio for lunch. For 20 euros we were given antipasti, two courses and dessert plus wine - great food and great value. Instead of pasta I had asparagus risotto (delicious) and while everyone ...