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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... was so wonderful. As we walked the streets the first night, we only heard Italian. We were clearly in a much less touristy town. We stopped for a wine tasting of the excellent local wines and found out that there was a music festival of sorts that night at bars across the town (which was pretty much two major streets through the center of the town). So, the first night after dinner, we sat at a bar outside (VinCafe), listened ...
... our appt, serving coffee and gossiping to the locals.
Each day we took Ronaldo out and explored a new village, found somewhere cute for lunch and a glass of the local wine or 5 ( hey, I wasn't driving !!! )
Some of the villages castles were in ruins, some totally renovated , one even turned into an historic hotel .... Castello Nuovo. We had a look at the suites, complete with the original beds for the Italian royal ...
... br> Our little appt was in a very old building , behind huge wooden doors and stained glass lead lights ,leading to an internal courtyard. We felt just a little local !! We walked all over the city visiting the many churches and palaces until we were a bit palace fatigued .... ABC or ABP .....another bloody Church or Palace!!!
We also did some serious eating and drinking. My favourite dish has always been risotto, so as the Piedmont area speciality I was ...
... we found this amazing local Pizza place, it one that the locals use, so there was no English going on at all. But we got 2 medium Pizza's for euros 7, can't moan about that, and we couldn't even eat it all.
The following morning we had arranged to see the The Shroud of Turin, due to circumstances this did not happen, but we went off to our next destination, Capena Rome.
... There was a huge roar and banging from the bar next door. We headed next to the Luigi Ferraris' house for wine tasting. In the 1920s Luigi's grandmother used money she received after her husband died in the Nevada mines to buy a vineyard. The vineyard is currently owned by Luigi's son Luca who has built a new vineyard nearby. Luigi's house was previously the centre of winemaking and dates back to the 17th century. ...