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... to the couple of French vineyard areas that we had seen, it was obvious that we were in Italy this time around. As we twisted and turned our way up into the hills the views kept getting prettier and prettier until we finally arrived in the heart of the region, a little town called Barolo. The hotel that we stayed at was situated on a working vineyard and had its own restaurant as well so we were able to set up shop and just relax because ...
Hi everyone from beautiful Santo Stefano Belbo in the Langhe/Roero wine region of Piedmont. The jewel in the crown as far as I'm concerned is the place we are staying: Tenuto Fagnanetto.i can't even remember how it found this place but I knew as soon as I saw it that I wanted to stay! It's a beautiful, family run agriturismo just outside of town. Our loggia is beautiful and we have a lovely terrace with stunning views of ...
From Pavia, we headed to Asti, Originally we were heading for a Vin Yard with the ability for an overnight stop with facilities (from our camperdstop book), sadly we got there and there was nothing so headed for our alternative Campeggio Cagnidi Asti - It was a predominately permanent vans but with a few touring pitches.
We didn't actually do anything here so nothing to report - Just a pin in the map.
Slight change of plans - we left Roma at 2pm driving out easily - thank you Sarina (Tomtom) and headed for Asti - Guido navigated the autostrada like a champ and no wrong turns thru the crazy Genoa labyrinth of tunnels. Got in at about 9pm and headed out for some sparkles and dinner.
Gianni and Luca looked after Gran and Papa Tuesday morning visiting the local market and exploring the medieval centre of beautiful Asti. Guido and I headed off to attend a family funeral nearby. Sad ...
... with husband Paolo, children, Federico, and Ricardo. Rosanna lives in her mother and father's house, and Luisa lives just down the hill. Lovely house and vista, lovely gardens. Reminded us of Mossman.
Another big lunch. She must have been cooking all weekend. Typical Piedmontese food for us. So we started with prosciutto with melone, mayonnaise vegetables, Vitello tonnato, salami. Then the lovely agnolotti. Followed by a fritta mista which was something new for me. It ...