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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... B&B which is also a winemaker Cassa Bofa. Very nice it is too ( I shall buy a couple of bottles) on the edge of the village with marvellous views. The village is very busy but mostly with tractors bringing their grape to the 'co-operative' in the centre of the town. As I write this it's almost 11PM and the tractor queue is still there and they are still unloading grapes. I wonder how long ...
... another but weariness is setting in and we head back to where we were and where I spied a little trattoria and settle on it. We order something which turns out to be a cheese platter and a bottle of Chianti. It is fine. We finish and go back to the hotel stopping at the gelateria on the way and indulge in 3 flavours of gelato - the berry and fig are delicious, but not so sure about the coffee. When we come out of the shop we notice a bus just sitting in the middle of the ...
... amazing to be here & have this opportunity . So many cheese from so many different countries. Cheeses wrapped in every thing from nettles to chestnut leaves, coffee beans, hay. Cheese that looked more like small stones than cheese! A feast for the eyes & ...
This morning we visited a Goat cheese & bee farm in the Maritime Alps . Evo & his family were kind enough to show us around their farm. Great experience of a very passionate farmer who is keen to re establish the old way of farming using traditional, organic methods. A lovely visit ...
... snails were translated as "stews slugs haha) we seem to be getting more adventurous with our food choices, which is probably helped by the fact that our guide Rob is so knowledgable about local food & encourages us to try. I have certainly been enjoying many dishes with porcini mushrooms! After lunch we arrived at the Bra Cheese Festival. We were met by another guide Isabelle from the Slow Food University who had pre arranged some visits to producers to taste ...