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... took the train instead. First thing we did in Ventimiglia was have a good coffee –something impossible to find in France. We toured the markets and then had a lovely Italian lunch before taking the train back. Saturday we took the bus to Eze Village and the next day we had lunch in Nice with Kaye’s friends Katy and John who have an apartment in Nice on the port. A lovely place where you can watch all the local activity and absorb the atmosphere from ...
We have breakfast on the Terrace that provides us with a great view of Lake Como, the sun is shining, a family of swans are swimming past. The breakfast spread is good, coffee is good, ah Bellagio it is everything we expected. As the shops are not open we decide on a walk around to Punta Spartivento or Point where the Wind divides, or to you the Point of the Peninsular. It provides great views to both sides of Lake Como to Varenna to the East and Managgio to the West.
... Ok, the bell chimes twenty four times each day, some of these seemingly random, but we discover the church was built in the thirteen hundreds, nearly as old as the unassuming little grey church nearby that just happens to be two centuries older than its larger neighbour. That sort of sums up Varenna. Other places on Lake Como shout out "hey – George Clooney lives here" or “This spot was used in a James Bond movie” but Varenna just sits quietly and ...
... provides us with views from two sides of the hotel plus two balconies to sit out on and enjoy the magnificent views of Lake Como and the Bellagio Promenade.
In the afternoon we decide to go on a tour of the Villa Serbelloni Park which is now controlled by the Rockefeller Foundation of New York. Just a quiet walk through a park offering spectacular views at every corner, not to mention that it is 3 kms on a gravel path, uphill all the ...
... mountain. We got to the farm, and the view is stunning! We went inside and looked at the menu. We had seen the menu online and had almost already decided on what we wanted :P We ordered the stewed wild boar with polenta for our mains, and for my entree I got what is called pizzoccheri, which is buckwheat pasta with potatoes, spinach, cheese, butter, garlic and sage. I also ordered an orange juice. When the woman brought the orange juice out, I thought she had misunderstood me ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed