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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Cavour Asti
The hotel is well situated near the train station. Rooms are very nice and the bathroom was very modern. The only negative is that there is no free Wifi, and it is very slow. Breakfast was good.
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Leaving La Spezia, we trained it to San Margherita, a lovely town by the sea. A bus strike meant that we had to walk to Portofino, another port town, a fast-paced one hour away. Portofino is a town renown for being an exclusive harbour and resort town for the wealthy.
It was lovely walking around this town, and we went to the …
Today was a day to appreciate the local wine industry. We took a 30 minute bus ride out to the local village of Castagnole Monferraro, where we walked around the wineyards of Luca Ferraris.
The mist was low in the sky, making the scenery quite painterly. We were taken on a tour by Luca's father, who took us through the ancient …
... 8217;t be going anywhere. After getting settled in and doing a bit of catch up work on the free wifi we decided to head to dinner and were lucky to get a seat on the patio overlooking the vineyards across the valley. The staff at the hotel were wonderful and although Bree did get a chance to throw around a few words in Italian, our waitress was happy to help us navigate them menu and we ended up with one of our favorite meals of the trip ...
... glory. We spent a number of hours wandering the palace and gardens, and only just scratched the surface, such is the scale of the complex. It would be quite easy to spend an entire day there to do a comprehensive tour.
Dinner was at another fine purveyor of Italian cuisine called Lentini’s. I tackled a ‘Sarda’ pizza which had additional toppings of Salame Dolce ...
... been like all those years ago filled with Romans screaming for their favourite gladiators.
We then re-traced out steps through Via Giuseppe Mazzini which led us to the market place in Piazza Delle Erbe and the famed Casa di Giulietta (House of Juliet), which is believed to be the home of the Cappello/ Capulet family from Romeo & Juliet fame (never mind that it is a fictional ...