Hotel Al Sorriso
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... to pick up Karin's mother who is coming to stay so I booked lunch for us at the Hermitage in the Col d'Eze which was a good choice as it was a beautiful setting and great food. A bit off the beaten track so a lot less crowded than anything on the coast and with easy parking. Karin and Mark took all the photos so I guess they will be for the next blog. Back to work on Monday but it's a short week again as Friday is a holiday, 15th August. Thank goodness for all these bank ...
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 ...
... back to the railway station, but we’ve fallen for the place just the same. I think the key is the unassuming way the town just gets on with being, while people like us come and go. The little piazza below our window is the only square in the town so it’s not only the place where people meet, but also a favourite spot for kids to run and do the things kids do.
We’ve even grown attached to the church with the bell we’ve named ...
... seeing she had been so helpful I gave her the 70 cents change, but was she grateful of my generosity, no way, so I probably carry a Gypsy Curse with me now.
Soon we are heading out of Milan and make our way up into the mountains for the 55 minute ride to Varenna where we will catch a ferry to Bellagio. The views are spectacular and all is going fantastico as we pull into Varenna until two stupid Poms don't know how to open the ...
... to the hotel. On the train we were looking at pictures and I told Cari she had a happy face. For dinner we walked in the rain to Sacramanda's pizza we arrived 15 minutes before it opened but they let us go inside because it was raining. It was a very quaint, cute place. We ordered agrula, Parma, sliced Parmesan (grana), buffala mozzarella, prosciutto, olive oil. We were salivating by the time it ...