We checked out of our B&B (we would have stayed longer but they only had one room and someone else had booked it) and decided to drop by the tourist office. The lady there suggested a place just outside of town that was spectacular. We checked in (they gave us a suite) and decided to ride the “10 Castles ride” up into the hills. I really liked that ride. The first stop was Fibbiala. The only person in the place was Ticciano, who was working on the door of the church. He motioned us to walk around which we did. We then went into the church. It actually was very neat with an organ in back. We didn’t get the history because Ticciano did not speak English and we did not speak Italian. We did find out there were 26 people in Fibbiala. Ticciano then insisted we go up into the bell tower, which he opened for us. Nice. Great view from up there. It was a little scary getting up there. The bells are all still there. BIG bells. We then commenced with the loop. More churches. I think the castles must really be fortified churches. Some of them barely have any windows. We had a nice lunch just before Pontito and then made our way back along the other side of the valley. The ride wasn’t long but it actually is a whole lot of climbing. We made it back to our sweet suite by 5 or so.