Relais Al Cambio

Address: Via M. Thea, 2, Castelletto Molina, Province of Asti, Piedmont, 14040, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Via M. Thea, 2, Castelletto Molina, is near Bagni Mauro.
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      Travel Blogs from Castelletto Molina

      Como-Milan-Genoa. Rain and cooler- 15deg

      A travel blog entry by kenb on Nov 05, 2014

      ... and found myself in more lane ways with a vibrant African community- like being in an underground community separated from the daily life of Genoese. Back up to real world and went into restaurant across road from hotel. Fantastic spag marinara ( fruiti di mare) and zuppa pesce which was also a meal on its own- a huge bowl crustaceans and small mullet cooked in same tomato sauce as spag. A great meal for € 25with wine. Served by a Ben ...

      Peaceful Piedmont

      A travel blog entry by bergerhof on Oct 16, 2014

      2 comments, 25 photos

      ... of the Barbaresco type, and in the charming town of Barolo, the local castello is now a wine museum with interactive exhibits. Next door is also a small corkscrew museum!

      Another day we drove to Raconiggi and toured the huge castello there, former summer home of the kings of Italy.

      We learned that the rolling hills of the Piedmont region are not as closely regulated for quantity as were the forests of Chianti, and every available inch ...

      Wine, truffles and more wine!

      A travel blog entry by benny52 on Oct 12, 2014

      2 comments, 19 photos

      ... to get supplies from the open air market for our picnic dinner that night. Then it was on to meet truffle hunters in the hills outside Alba and their dogs which are English pointer cross. It was explained to us the difference between black and white truffles, how and where they grow. The two brothers had removed vines to plant truffle trees, mainly oak, poplar and willow. The fungus grows on the roots of the trees and it's the dogs job to sniff out and start digging at the ...

      Grappa and another cooking school.

      A travel blog entry by benny52 on Oct 11, 2014

      1 comment, 8 photos

      ... no machines) and although delicious the general consensus was we won't be doing that at home, as it takes too much time and muscle power. Both of us we much better at this than last time. We also watched as the chefs showed us how our dessert flans were prepared. All of our cooking classes have been followed by eating what we created, so once again we sat down to some great local ...

      Back to Italy: Aosta and Bra

      A travel blog entry by benny52 on Oct 09, 2014

      1 comment, 8 photos

      ... St Andrew, the civic square and the colonnade where the open market operates on Fridays. Our lunch was at a slow food restaurant, Osteria del Boccondivino, where the food highlight was rabbit cooked in white wine. Our accommodation is located neat Alba and is an Agriturismo Le Arcate which specialises in wine and hazelnuts which are used exclusively in Ferrero Rocher chocolates. After meeting the owners we took a six km round trip walk to the nearby town before a light evening ...