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Q   a VirtualTourist member asked a question · August 21, 2008
why???  (1 Answer)

I`ve just come back from a trip to alba and had an excellent time at the vincafe. wanted to check out the website but it was password protected. WHY?



Q   a VirtualTourist member asked a question · July 01, 2008
Transportation to alba and surrounds  (1 Answer)

We are planning on visiting Alba for 4 days in September and are not sure whether to travel by trains or hire a car.

We can visit Alba either before or after Cinque Terre, and then travelling onto France to either Paris or Beaune depending on whether or not we drive or travel by train.

Does anyone have any suggestions on the best choice and route, and if its better to have a car for Alba?

Thanks


Q   a VirtualTourist member asked a question · December 14, 2007
There is this one great store in Alba...  (1 Answer)

where I saw a very good quality men's clothing under the brand of B&B (Bruce&B-something, I believe)... THe store is located on the main street where a busy market unfolds on Saturday. I really loved what I saw, but didn't have time to check this out properly and have the brand written down.

Sorry for this lame question, but would you help me with either the name of the brand or the name and phone number of this store?...

It's a very posh store with an unusual entrance featuring some sort of a gallery...

thanks much for your help
Ace


Q   a VirtualTourist member asked a question · September 11, 2007
Day trip from Milan to Alba  (3 Answers)

My friend and I are hoping to do a day trip from Milan to Alba on October 26. What is the fastest way to do this?





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