Hotel San Domino
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Stopped here for the night, couldn't make Monaco.
The town is called Cuneo, it's got a lovely main piazza with bars and restaurants all round.
Is a bit out of the way, and I think is a base camp for skiing in the winter.
The B&B was great value, absolutely spotless room, with underground parking, worth a call if you're in that area.
So off to San Remo, which means mountains, got to find a Garmin store, as Sally can't find London, I spell it ...
... and hills that we drove through - and the ability to see across these valleys - castles, small villages, clustered houses, and neatly lined vineyards. Unfortunately, it was so hot that it made the view foggy - so the pictures don't represent nearly as much as we could see, but hopefully you can get an idea of it.
Our Bed & Breakfast
The place we stayed, La Terrazza Sulle Torri, was a much needed ...
We decided to go tartufo hunting with Marco and his two truffle dogs . Rocco ,a white lab, and a puppy, Dora a poodleX, who was in training !! We just loved it. Traipsing through the oak forest, picking red and white cherries straight off trees and watching the dogs do their "job" tails wagging.
It was black truffle season. "We" dug up 3 truffles. Well Rocco, Dora and Marco did !! 2 fairly big ones, worth quite a ...
... me. Nice again the sun was shining and it was another glorious day in Italy and the views breathtaking or maybe it was the winding hilly hairpins and cliff sides that took my breath away!!!
We got to Alba, found a spot to leave Fifi and headed out on foot. The first place we visited was Ferrero Rocher, we knew we were headed in the right direct before we found it, we just followed our nose, the smell, oh my!! Heaven. Unfortunately due to it being a Saturday ...
... and I have never seen so many shade houses in one area. They were bigger than the houses, they actually detracted from the beauty of the mountains. We turned off the motorway, £20 in tolls thanks and headed inland. Wow what a difference. It is such a mountainous countryside and the roads became narrow and winding, I wondered initially why Ken said it would take an hour to do 59 kms, didn't take long to realise why. It certainly put Brendan ...