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Agriturismo Cà du Gregorio
Liguria, Italy

On of my favourite places in Liguria. The picture was taken in December 2005, right before Christmas.


Here at Borgio Verezzi, at the next house, is the Bed & Breakfast Agriturismo Ca du Gregorio. It's a small farm and they produce their own wine and food. A nice place to relax a couple of days.

Agriturismo Cà du Gregorio
di Ivana Locatelli
http://www.agriturismocadugregorio.it

tel. fax. [+39] 019.611952
via Ortari, 22
17022 Borgio Verezzi

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