Hotel Langhe

Address: Strada Profonda 21 , Alba, Piedmont, 12051, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Strada Profonda 21 , Alba, is near Grinzane di Cavour.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Langhe Alba

    Reviewed by kayschaffer

    Refuge from the mountains

    Reviewed Sep 10, 2013
    by (2 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

    On Friday we headed for sant Pierre in the alps, hoping to spend 3 days visiting Parco Gran Paradiso and viewing the mountains. But the fates intervened. Firstly, our B&B B Barberi had the kindest, most helpful host who spent much time dialoging with me through the I translate app, searching for weather forecasts and suggesting itineraries that were not too demanding. But, alas, she could not change the weather, nor the hard as a rock mattress that failed to bring sleep. So, with reluctance, we moved on. Hotel Langhe, set in a green area just on the fringe of the old Roman city of Alba suited fine for 2 days, enabling us to visit the town, tour the extensive Roman ruins, and, for me to get a haircut.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Langhe Alba

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    A travel blog entry by cadors on May 24, 2015

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    ... we found this amazing local Pizza place, it one that the locals use, so there was no English going on at all. But we got 2 medium Pizza's for euros 7, can't moan about that, and we couldn't even eat it all.

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    Lunch under the Piedmont sun

    A travel blog entry by tina_nixon on May 13, 2015

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    Exploring the Piedmont Region

    A travel blog entry by eldonsteeves on May 05, 2015

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    Day two in Turin

    A travel blog entry by jcampiti on May 05, 2015

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    The Shroud of Turin and More

    A travel blog entry by eldonsteeves on May 04, 2015

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    ... these things are fun to study but still ridiculous. The chalets are adorned with all kinds of rubies, garnets, diamonds, emeralds and any other kind of jewel you can think of. They were truly beautiful until you think about how many people around the world are starving and homeless and how much better money could be spent. I only hope the church hasn't continued the same practices.

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