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Travel Blogs from Casale Monferrato
... lodge for the House of Savoy. It was unbelievable - so vast it reminded me of Versailles. It had lay in ruins until 1990 when the EU granted over 100 million euros to restore it. You look at something like this and think, you know, Karl Marx maybe had a point. And the perimeter of the estate is now surrounded by everyday italian suburban life - I suppose it would have been like that in the past, too, but it seemed ...
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.
... body's to visit. Have to leave something for next time I said. We returned home and still no suitcase! But a great dinner at Resturante Marina at lake Viverone with a wonderful view over the lake with sun set reflections and then the moon rise, almost full, and a lightening display as well in the distance. There was great music too, a singer on a keyboard with a great voice. There was a bus group staying so we enjoyed their entertainment. That same moon shone into our ...
... of foods either battered or crumbed - sweet and sour. There were steaks, mushrooms, brains, apple, sweet semolina, sausages, apricot pastries, crumbed amaretti, carrots. Unusual, but tasty. Didn't try the brains...... Dessert of strawberries in sugar and lemon, with gelato, and cake of nocciole (hazelnuts). Of course this didn't finish till well past two o'clock. The boys were interested in speaking English, two older ones are already at university and Federico ...
... a grocery shop, the post office, and a restaurant. First we went to visit Elsa Quinlan's cousin, Rosemma Manassero. She greeted us profusely and it was good to speak Piedmontese with her (what I can remember anyway, it gets easier as I go along). We had a cup of coffee, and she showed us where her children stay when they come home, and told us we can stay there next time we come! It was a beautiful flat! Next we went to the cemetery where ...
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