Hotel Leon d'Oro Casteldelfino

Address: Piazza Valentino,6, Casteldelfino, Province of Cuneo, Piedmont, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Piazza Valentino,6, Casteldelfino.
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Travel Blogs from Casteldelfino

Alessandria to Imperia (last day in Italy)

A travel blog entry by anne.l.lewis60 on Aug 16, 2015

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... owner was a very friendly guy who sat with us for some time. He was a wonderful ambassador for his country and loved practicing his English on us. The feeling was mutual. We continued on to our Hotel Giardi Resort in the town of Imperia. It turned out to have a fabulous view of the coast, the autostrada and the surrounding hillside villages but had probably seen better days. We had a lazy afternoon and dinner in house in anticipation of another day on the road ...


A travel blog entry by annecastiglione on Aug 06, 2015

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Busy day today. Lunch at a friend's house in Asti and dinner with the son of Annalia's mother's best friend. Complicated I know. Taking a train to Asti. I don't know the exact temperature but Dante's Inferno could be an accurate description. If this isn't global warming what is it. You can see the fields of corn dying from lack of water. Nice lunch and visit and back on the train. Dinner with ...

A Funny Ole Day

A travel blog entry by houseoftemple on Jul 22, 2015

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... no one swim when its 37 degrees. It just didn't cool down at night either so for the first time we just left the air con on in our van all night and we had a much better sleep. On the way here we had stopped for a moment and the end of the muffler was hanging on by a thread so Kerry pulled the last bit of rusty bit and it fell off. He also thought that the beast had lost its power as it didn't seem to be able to pull on the motorway. So ...

Serenity in Manual Labour

A travel blog entry by rachel.crowley on Aug 20, 2013

3 comments, 28 photos

... by the welcoming aura she radiated. Excitement and anticipation built inside me as we drove towards her home, her farm, and her family.
As we arrived and drove down the tree-lined dirt driveway towards a yellow-rendered farmhouse, I am transported to a utopian wonderland of my own imagination. This house was everything I had envisioned and more. The iron gate opened into a courtyard where the family waited to meet us. We were introduced to Lele, Valentina’s husband, ...

Learning to ride a bike in Robecco

A travel blog entry by rachel.crowley on Aug 16, 2013

1 comment, 10 photos

... so that balance wasn’t required of me. In secret, I sneak so that no one can see my feeble attempts. Into the barn, I crept. This particular day had my hosts, Vale and Lele, away at their day jobs. I was left alone with the children. I found a stolen moment, and slipped away. Once in the barn, I found my opponent, the inanimate object set to be my psychological nemesis. I took a hold of the handlebars, pulled the bike away from its perch, and swung my leg over. Awkward is how ...