Holiday Inn Express Langhe Cherasco
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David's 40 something birthday today, so we are set for another fancy dinner at the Castello Di Pavone tonight, yum! Today we went on a day trip to Torino. First stop was the Ice Arena (closed) then we went into town to see the Musėo Della Sindone (closed) then the Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist (closed - but we knew that one) then we went to ...
... overlooked the countryside below. We squeezed the car through the narrow streets and into a parking spot. The vines are only starting to bud and we would have loved to see them in full bloom.
We then drove onto the town of Alba which was a lot bigger than the previous town we visited. We walked along beautiful alley ways, pass ...
... front and father and the other son cooked in the kitchen. We finally got the Piedimonte experience. We travelled up to a small village in the hills and Sue and Phil had the degustation menu that included specialities of the region. Raw marinated veal, vegetables, ravioli in a light broth sauce, veal roast and chocolate pudding. All washed down with a local wine. We also tried the tiramisu which was very light. A fantastic meal.
... prior. It was a horribly sickening and upsetting occurrence but with each other we got through. A stolen card, money, passport and more is one of the most unlucky things for a young traveler, but together we handled it well. Apart from the pickpocketing, we had a lovely day exploring the city and plan to return to visit the Museum of Egypt and take a bus tour, on a nicer day, please mother ...
... no one was around and we are still not sure if they do tours of the factory but we came and we saw the home of my favouritest ever chocolate. We headed to the main piazza where they were just packing up from their weekly market so there was quite a few people around. I continue to marvel at the laneways and alleys of cobblestone paths and old brick and stone buildings. Once we found the town centre, there as in most towns and villages in Italy ...