Appartamenti Acero Rosso
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... down to the shore fronts. Again, difficult to see how you can manage to be very private as everyone was overlooked but having said that, we did not manage to find Mr Clooney's pad!
It felt a bit like Amalfi in that the over development was somewhat spoiling the natural beauty of the lake, although the centres of the towns had some character with very pretty views.
Villa Carlotta has some ...
first up is Varenna which is a 7 minute cruise away, we land and it starts to rain and continues to rain so we walk arm in arm sheltering under a small umbrella exploring the sleepy village and it's three retail shops. Eventually I decided the umbrella wasn't big enough for the two of us and I forked out 8 euro for my own. Julie found a pendant of local stone that she liked which we bought only after I negotiated an 8 Euro discount to cover the cost of ...
... the guide provides commentary in Italian for 10 minutes then the condensed English version for 5 minutes. It was very enjoyable none the less. My compensation was having a couple of cold beers sitting out on the balcony watching the world go by and contemplating where we would eat tonight. My feet were saying, why not try the restaurant in the hotel and so we did, not the greatest meal in the world but the view and the atmosphere was unbeatable.
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"I think I'll order a cold drink, it seems to be getting a bit warm in her, here, it's getting a bit warm in here, I'll have a gin and tonic please.", stuttered Battery Boy.
"Is there anything else you want.", she asked.
"No, just the drink and could you turn the air-conditioner up to high please.", he said, trying not to stutter again.
When she returned with the gin and tonic Silvana ...
... apartment seems to be built. The kids, Mario and Eleeza (my spelling!) are 9 and 7. Eleeza comes in briefly hugging Mimi to her shoulder, and Mimi reciprocating, nuzzling into her neck, not a regular cat reaction where kids are involved! Eventually we say goodbye and get back to dinner, a very nice mix of vegetables, pine nuts and an olive sauce we bought, over raviolini, plus a healthy dose of salad. Then follows a few hours of packing, weighing and redistributing ...