I Castagni B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... which is home to Il Duomo, the fifth largest cathedral in the world. It is an imposing sight over its namesake Piazza del Duomo, and attracts thousands of visitors every day. The exterior is in a constant state of renovation, still going from when we were here 9 years ago. From here we strolled the short distance to Castello Sforzesco, which has been built, rebuilt, expanded & renovated since the 14th century until it was handed over to the ...
... we had found our way there, we could not have looked at it! We decide we have had enough walking for today and follow the main road back to the car. We have decided to make a big salad for lunch and spend the afternoon relaxing in our garden. We drive to the supermarketo in Bellagio and stock up. Back to Nesso and park the car and Roger has just arrived back too. We walk the 2-300 metres back to the apartment - this is another goat track with very ...
... of months a year then the occasional other time so we felt very lucky to be visiting on such a day. The villa was beautiful and the en suite was spectacular. One of the baths was beautifully tiled and it appeared you walked into the space and possibly stood rather than laid in the water. The dining table was another stand out feature along with the grand staircase. There was a series of lecture theatres and in an adjoining building accommodation for participants. We ...
... have coffee while they wait. There are no ticket machines in sight but we see a parking inspector and ask. He tells us that it is free for two hours and you have to write the time you arrive on a note and leave on your dashboard. You think that would work in Australia? So we head our respective ways. The boys arrive at the cable car station only to discover it is closed until 2:30 - siesta! Oh we'll, I guess we have lunch first. We walk back to find the girls, past the car where ...
... knots that would challenge the most ardent Boy Scout. We finish our coffee and go for a wander through the town, which has some lovely narrow streets. We then decided to grab a sandwich before getting back on the ferry and as luck would have it we pick the same cafe. Having ordered food and drinks we are entertained by a busking violinist playing a mixture of classical and modern music. Before we know it the boat crews are ready to leave, this time the group of four with the ...