Albergo La Soldanella
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... bag girl. You definitely meet amazing people when traveling but you also meet some complete locos. It was 6am and she woke us by wrapping each of her belongings in a damn plastic bag. It was strange as she was staying an extra night anyway so it wasn't that she was in a hurry to make a train. Anyway rant over. We were also devastated as it was pouring rain and overcast. We knew the rain was coming but chose to ignore it. However we still went out and ...
Always a bit sad when a great holiday comes to a close. Late start this morning. Boys made breakfast. Today will be a left over day. We should have enough for 3 meals today.
Headed out for one last walk into Bellagio. That involves a climb up a LOT of cobble stone steps and then down the same number of said steps. Of course the return journey is the same way back. ****, I am starting to recognise individual cobble ...
... vehicles but stupid us. We froze our bits off. It was already the coldest day in Italy and standing in the wind chill is just plain silly. I did manage to get some good photos but I couldn’t wait to get back in the car.
Arrived in Menaggio after only 15 minutes. It was actually a very pleasant ferry ride, very smooth and no chop. Can’t see how they can ...
I had hoped to spend a night on the shores of Lago Di Como, but as I kept getting lost the day before I didn't make it but stayed at a hotel in Ca' Spinedi, some 45 kilometers away. Instead I got up early had a small snack at the hotel at headed towards Lake Como.
I had to find a place to get some motoroil, but as it was Sunday I wasn't sure if I would ...
... slopes... the famous clanging of cowbells as these portly ladies stroll up and down the slopes. And... what is that? Yep! a fellow is swinging a scythe, harvesting grass for the winter on the steep slope, old school style! Yes... these people and there culture will survive, even if the rest of the world falls apart. This region is, as I had hoped to find, an authentic Shangri-La. I continue along the hillside, cutting through people's gardens and fields, with the ...