Hotel Romanisio

Address: Via Monsignor Angelo Soracco, 1, Fossano, Piedmont, 12045, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Via Monsignor Angelo Soracco, 1, Fossano.
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    Sally can't find next door

    A travel blog entry by woggley on Sep 02, 2015

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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 ...

    Back to Milano

    A travel blog entry by annecastiglione on Aug 11, 2015

    Packed my suitcase and went down the many steps for the last time. Took my time going down the hill for the last time. We are taking a cab to the train station and will try once again to get my rebate for lack of air conditioning on the train the other day. Not possible. Annalia will have to do it for me. Had ...

    Groceries and Gelato

    A travel blog entry by annecastiglione on Aug 03, 2015

    4 photos

    Today we're off to do some grocery shopping, a bus, the Metro and another bus. The supermarket has everything, but across the street is a place called Eataly. I remember watching a Mario Batali cooking show and he mentioned this store. It has every food imaginable and is divided into many different areas: pasta, meat, cheeses, fish, pastries, cooking supplies, cook books, a cafe and ...


    A travel blog entry by annecastiglione on Aug 02, 2015

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    "Per noi italiani mangiare deve essere un piacere come amare e vivere......" Translation: for Italians to eat must be a pleasure like loving and living. The meaning is close enough. And so that's what we did. We were invited to a picnic by parent of children who have been seen by ophthalmologists at Beaumont hospital in Michigan. The wives brought all sorts of focaccia, salads and ...

    Beautiful Piemonte & the Langhe

    A travel blog entry by megbobtravels on Jul 06, 2015

    2 comments, 34 photos

    ... us fresh apricots! Yum.

    The second day we had lunch at a small bar/restaurant in Barolo after going through the trippiest museum we have ever seen - the wine museum in a castle in Barolo - and tasting a few vintages & varietals of Barolo wine. We finished our "tour of Piemonte food" here with the vitello tonnato and a bowl each of tajarin. We also each drank a glass of wine - Barbera d'Asti for me and a glass of ...