Holiday Inn Express Langhe Cherasco
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... 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 ...
... Marco was not sharing, but for €50 more we could do tasting.
Decided that was a tad exxy, so we bought two of the most minuscule truffles at the local market and I added them to risotto that night and Noel to scrambled eggs the next morning - Yummo !!
So, we've had a lovely relaxing week in La Morra - next week it's further south to the Ligurian Riviera, Genoa and onto the Cinque Terre
Ciao for now .... R&N xx
... stay in a private apartment. The appt was directly in the centre , off the cobblestoned main Piazza Vittorio Emanuelle. No parking available as most don't have cars . We had to park in an underground car park , not too far away ....so it was a bit of an interesting logistics exercise .
Turino is a bit off the tourist radar , which is why we chose it . It's reputation is as a bit of a faded beauty with industrial roots (Fiat factories ) Most people know ...
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 ...
... 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. ...