Le Torri Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
TripAdvisor Reviews Le Torri Hotel Castiglione Falletto
Travel Blogs from Castiglione Falletto
... well known for its local dishes, and enjoyed our meal immensely. We savored a bottle of Barbera d'Alba and shared three dishes - an antipasti of carne crude, a first course of the plin, and a third course of local fish with roasted vegetables. (Side note: one thing we discovered is that Piemonte lacked vegetables on their menu, at least, the places we went to). We finished with espresso, of course, and instead of cookies ...
... are in Australia, you need to book a visit . Each village has a local Encoteca , like a wine 'library' that you visit , taste and learn about the wines and then see if that Cru is available for a booking the next day/s. The encoteca are often in the oldest public building (castle or church) in the village and they literally do look like libraries with shelves up to the ceiling full of wine , all classified into grape types, with ...
... a walk around the church and found ourselves a little restaurant to stop for lunch. Our first Italian pizza!!! Well I am thinking Pizza Capers could teach them a thing or two or three. Brendan ordered basically a meat lovers, salami, pepperoni etc and I ordered a Marinara pizza, yummy, lots of seafood and cheese on a thin crust, couldn't wait. We also ordered a lovely bottle of locally made vino which I might add was delicious. So here we are waiting for our pizza's ...
... and I have never seen so many shade houses in one area. They were bigger than the houses, they actually detracted from the beauty of the mountains. We turned off the motorway, £20 in tolls thanks and headed inland. Wow what a difference. It is such a mountainous countryside and the roads became narrow and winding, I wondered initially why Ken said it would take an hour to do 59 kms, didn't take long to realise why. It certainly put Brendan ...
... is to die for! I'm looking forward to getting to Cinque Terre, however, and eating vegetables and seafood because I've had so much meat, bread, and cheese the last week!! Thunderstorms are predicted tomorrow for the Cinque Terre and risk of flash flooding is always a concern I hear. Hopefully no floods occur and it clears up on Saturday! ...