Residence La Limonera
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... in Varenna, only restaurants and gelaterias, which was fine with us. We enjoyed a quiet outdoor lunch by the harbor and boarded a taxi boat to take us down the lake to Ossuccio. Caroline had read positive reviews about the "Greenway Walk" between Colonno and Cadenabbia that follows traces of the Antica Strada Regina, the antique roads built by the Romans. We didn't want to hike the whole 10km Greenway Walk, so we were starting in Ossuccio. Our private taxi ...
... and walk almost everywhere in town. Kaye brought her suitcase with her as she was leaving on the Tuesday and with the car being out of action we thought it would be safer for her to be in town in order to catch the train. We had a lovely lunch at Katy and John’s. Happily I got the car fixed on Monday so I was able to go back and have dinner with them on Monday night.
On Tuesday Barbara and Leigh arrived to house sit and look after the pets for ...
... Boy has noticed that if Video Girl has a second gin and tonic she becomes a little flirtatious and turns into something he can only describe as a cross between a saucy minx and an octopus, which Battery Boy enjoys very much.
Video Girl chased Battery Boy all around the terrace until she became annoyed with him because he wouldn't ...
... around town, no doubt this is part of the attraction. No sign or Clooney or any other celebrity today. We check out ferry options for town hopping across the lake for tomorrow, when the weather is expected to return to that of the usual Italian Summer. We return to the hotel to make use of another of the Hotel Belvedere's facilities, the library, which is a room that contains a number of lounge chairs and couch, and overlooks the lake. This is obviously ...
... enough excuse to completely abandon a village... My suspicion is that it's the same scenario as what's happened to the mountain villages of Umbria: at one time people lived off the land here, perhaps herding goats and growing food on small plots of land, but over time the easier life of the cities and plains was too enticing... people moved away and forgot their village and way of life. I ponder this as I continue on up the trail, pausing at ...