I Baloss di Poggio Radicati
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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"I'm glad we made room in our itinerary for Alba. The food and wine were incredible, and we were both so surprised that we liked all of the dishes that Lorenzo suggested (well, Meg wasn't crazy about the raw veal). I was surprised that I really liked the raw veal, and I was worried about the veal in a 'tuna sauce' (Tonnato), but it was one of our favorites! It has really struck me ...
... the day, carved with their initials in gold. I desperately wanted to stay there for the night, the suite was called Rosa's suite, fate I thought. We discussed it at length over lunch (with some vino Bianco) but common sense prevailed ......Noel's,not mine .Suppose that's more that can be spent shopping in Milano !!
Most of the vineyards estates (called "Cru") have been in families for generations. They are not open to the public ...
Why you ask, died and gone to Alba, well Alba is the home of Ferrero Rocher.
We left Perletto and our wonderful friends (they we slightly hungover) and took a quick trip to the small village of Alba. It is approximately 50km from Perletto however the trip took over an hour. Once again Fifi and Brendan's driving skills were definitely put to the test. The countryside is truly amazing and how they fit and build homes into these hills and mountains continues ...
... out, we are off to town for manicure and gelati, then we hit the road to Lake Orta. It's a pretty easy drive on good road, 3 lane highway much of the way. Again we go through a 5 k stretch where immigrant girls are touting their wares by the side of the rural road! Every time web have to pay a toll, we have a little moment...pull over and watch what others do to make sure we get the right lane, after one of our early experiences! On the way to France we had to run one when ...
... throughout our stay. Our room was nice enough, and when we moved the car to the actual hotel parking area, we realised there were more guests here than we thought. First things first...dinner time. They recommended a couple of restaurant options though most were shut being Monday night. Finally found the place up a series of piazzas and dark little lanes. Easy to see why places are closed monday not, as its almost deserted (ok, clearly not ...