Hotel Royal Superga
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... 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 ...
... people on our trip who enjoy the drink they certainly thought it was good. The company uses the freshest pomace from White and red grapes. The grappa is aged in oak barrels for 9, 12, 15, 20 or 27 years. This ageing process must be supervised by govt inspectors at a cost if the company wants accreditation for the grappa label on their bottles. We drove into Bra where we caught ...
... 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 ...
... English guy from Surrey with a Mercedes SLK soft top. He is just bimbling around like me.
He recommends a cool hotel in Rimplas, about 50km to the south. I reckon I can make it there. The owner is a biker, speaks good English, and I am hoping that he will be able to help me out with the tyre.
At the top there is a small loop over to the western side. ...
... br> I join the autostrada south of Genoa. Heavy clouds are building.
Not long after I get on the autostrada the heavens open. I head into a service station to take stock. The weather doesn't look like clearing up any time soon, so I switch to the rain gloves, button up with care, raise the screen and get my head down.
Ask any of my touring mates and ...