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What to do and see in Piedmont for 3 days?

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We're planning a September 2013 trip to Italy to include Venice, Cinque Terre, and Piedmont (we'll rent a car for Piedmont.)

We'd like to stay at Baur B&B near Acqui Terme, but we're not 100% sure what there is to do and see in the area. We would be there for 3 nights. We enjoy hilltowns, Roman ruins, churches, castles, and cute, quaint villages to explore. We like wine, but we're not the type to do an "all day wine tour".

We've been to Provence and the Chianti region of Tuscany, and easily found enough to entertain ourselves just visiting hillltowns and browsing around. Is Piedmont like that too? It appears that Acqui Terme is a nice town to entertain for a good part of day.

I browsed the Italy forum, but a lot of the information seems to be for the Alba and Asti area moreso than Acqui Terme.
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