Alba Village Hotel and Camping
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... was comfortable, and the big windows had a blackout shade that came down, so we slept it total darkness. If we ever get a chance to go back, we will stay there for sure.
The owner of the b&b we stayed at, Lorenzo, gave us very strict instructions to try four local dishes before leaving the Langhe. He actually said to me, "Look me the eyes. You cannot leave without trying these." and then he ...
... the day, carved with their initials in gold. I desperately wanted to stay there for the night, the suite was called Rosa's suite, fate I thought. We discussed it at length over lunch (with some vino Bianco) but common sense prevailed ......Noel's,not mine .Suppose that's more that can be spent shopping in Milano !!
Most of the vineyards estates (called "Cru") have been in families for generations. They are not open to the public ...
... is home to the Holy Shroud , the supposed burial cloth of JC. We found out that the original is never on display and only for certain very special occasions . GUESS WHAT ? ..... They found out we were coming and the REAL shroud was on display (oh slight detail, the Pope was also visiting in same week )
Although not on our "to do" list , or of the faith ,we signed up for a visit , and found ourselves immersed in the Basilica of St John the Baptist. There were ...
Not much to say on this, we were both very disappointed with Turin. We felt that we done a lot of driving in the city for nothing really, its not the easiest place to get around.
The Bed and Breakfast that we stayed in was very nice , very clean and modern, no complaints there, her English was limited, but we were able to understand each other.
We went out in the ...
... inexpensive), a pretty cool place that does a lot to be environmentally friendly. The common language between the girls in my room (from Spain via Morocco and Turin, and a Canadian) was French, so I had a good time practicing my speaking and making friends.
I decided that I’d take it easy that night because I had been in the sun all day so I found a grocery store, bought some pasta and made dinner while planning what ...