Residence il Borgo
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Loved our stay here. Flavin, the owner cannot do enough for you. Great location right in heart of town.
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Spent this morning doing the walking tour around Bellagio and the surrounding hamlets. Such a beautiful place every corner there is anew picture to be taken! Visited the local garden Villa Melzi- just gorgeous but wished we had seen more sunshine. Apparently Bellagio is having uncharacteristically wet weather although tomorrow there is hope for sun.
We're on our way to Italy for the next month and stopped for the night in Bellinzona in the Swiss Alps, we are only an half hours drive from Lake Lugano which we'll visit tomorrow. The first snow of the year fell last night, but I don't think anyone here gets to excited about it, as most of the hotels seem to be closed until the 4th December!
Our hotel served a wonderful breakfast buffet with the gorgeous view of the lake. The lake was cut by a glacier and is 1200 feet deep. It's a beautiful teal blue color and there are swans and ducks all around. We caught the 10 am shuttle into Bellagio central and bought a "hop-on-hop-off" ticket for the ferries that constantly cross cross the ...
The drive to Bellagio is under four hours. Beautiful sunny cool day. We pulled into a supermarket and all I could think about was wishing My friends and family could experience an Italian supermarket. OMG!! We've enjoyed making our restaurant meal at lunch in a little town then making our own apertivo for dinner from the supermarket. We are pulling into the Como area and now the scenery is changing dramatically as we approach the ...
... mountains. Looking at the mountains with their huge houses on them undoubtedly owned by rich folk. We had a kebab for lunch and were harassed by little sparrows while eating. One of which was brave enough to go for it while it was in my hand. Cheeky *******.
We waited for the bus in the hostel waiting room and perused the Busabout handbook to decide what it is we were doing in Lauterbrunnen.
One thing was for certain. It was going to be a very exciting couple of ...