Hotel Ristorante Il Carrettino
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... feel about the place. Pilgrims are not meant to complain, so I won't mention the state of the bedding. The lady on the phone booked us in and 'joked' that we would be arrested if we took any photos. A strange place indeed.
After saying our good-byes the next morning, we headed for the post office where I hoped to collect the Italian phrase books sent from home. An English-speaking female employee delivered the bad news that they ...
Hi everyone from beautiful Santo Stefano Belbo in the Langhe/Roero wine region of Piedmont. The jewel in the crown as far as I'm concerned is the place we are staying: Tenuto Fagnanetto.i can't even remember how it found this place but I knew as soon as I saw it that I wanted to stay! It's a beautiful, family run agriturismo just outside of town. Our loggia is beautiful and we have a lovely terrace with stunning views of ...
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.
... the life of Guido's cousin Orfeo who will be sadly missed.
Boys spent the afternoon tree surfing while Gran and I caught up on some washing, it always feels great when you have a case full of clean clothes when you are traveling.
Spritz in the local piazza with enough nibbles - that always accompany pre-dinner drinks- to feed a small family!! casual walk through town before selecting the nights dinner venue. So not looking forward to cooking when I get home!!
... saw nonna Soffientino's grave in the Soffientino's vault. Her husband is buried somewhere in the graveyard, but no names are visible on the headstone, so Franco didn't know exactly where. There are lots of Manasseros and Cazzulinos. On the way we met a man who asked if we were the Australians and told us that the Aosta rellies were supposed to come and get some wine, but weren't coming now because Piero's mother had died. They told him to tell ...