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Travel Blogs from Torre Boldone
... there was room for everyone. The costumes and the sets were very striking and colourful all except one scene where they had tried to paint some mountains but these were not very realistic at all and Leigh could have done a much better job!
We stayed the night in a little apartment that Barbara had booked through airbnb. It’s best selling point was that it was within easy walking distance of the amphitheatre as it was quite stuffy and cramped but the ...
... for 2 hours for lunch and not much else. We stopped for lunch at a cafe that had great views, good cheap food and cold beer and waited for the next ferry to take us to Villa Carlotta.
Princess Marianne of Nassau purchased the villa and gave it to her daughter, Carlotta, as a wedding present when she married Georg 11 of Saze-Meiningen. Unfortunately Carlotta died at the age of 23 and heartbroken Georg directed all of his energy and passion to botany and created ...
... hundred people has a station, and has a regular ferry service to Bellagio. We could base ourselves in Varenna, and then catch the ferry somewhere else.
Well, that was the plan. What we didn’t count on was falling for the charms of our accidental home. This place is amazing. Yes, we have tired legs from climbing up and down the narrow cobbled walkways that connect the houses to the lake, and yes, we’ll have to find a better way to get our ...
... Couple are on their honeymoon and had arrived in Milan that morning, they have no Euros just a credit card, sorry no card, no time to get to a cash machine, so I signed him on a Rockwell Finance Get Out of Trouble Loan Contract and he was able to buy his ticket.
Out of adversity we all agreed that it turned out for the good and we enjoyed the ferry ride on Lake Como in brilliant sunshine, friends for life, unless he misses a ...
Day 230 Day Totals: 16 hrs, 2.1 kms A New Direction Bergamo, Italy seems like an odd choice for starting out on the Biggest Trip of My Life So Far. After all, I've already been here three times, and done quite a bit of exploring already here in Northern Italy. You'd think that I'd want to launch out into a completely new part of the world, with so much time available to me. Why not eastern Africa? Tour the Stans? If I'm going to do Europe--at least do a new part ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed