Albergo Ristorante Giardino
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... bread rolls. And a spritz. (Made with prosseco (sparkling wine) Apple juice and water). Bellissimo! What a magical spot to have lunch, out on the balcony. Lake and mountain views. Beautiful! After lunch I walk through the hotel's gardens. Beautiful again! Back to Varenna for a spot of last minute shopping (bought some prints of the area) and a huge gelato. Back to my room to pack up. Scraps for dinner ...
... some cases after establishing your identity, vis a vis are you one of the good guys or the bad guys as defined by that business.
The door opens and I enter and find my way through a reception area to another set of glass sliding doors which open in front of me and I’m in front of the reception desk.
'Buon giorno’ I say but then, after such a wonderful start, ask, ‘Can you speak English?’ The two women, in a friendly way admit that ...
... That seems a bit odd. Not sure where the sand would come from. Probably just my eyes. We pass through lots of little villages which are very agricultural. It's so much more satisfying going by train than flying. It's not a cheap way to travel though. A Eurail pass would be the way to go if you're moving around a lot. The trains in Italy have been pretty good actually. I'm a little surprised. Although they're not suitcase friendly. They're not flat ...
... whole that results. An unseen organist starts playing while we are 'resting'. Our lovely interlude is brought to an end by the advance of a very large tour group down the nave.
Back outside, we do a little more, mostly window, shopping on our way back to catch the boat. The Italians make such beautiful everything.
Our last night here we dine at the highly recommended La Colombetta. a family-run restaurant in Como. Our ...
... magazines call 'resort' wear.)
Bob maneuvers the narrow single lane streets through Cernobbio and the convoluted 'parking' in Como with ease. It is a short walk to the old--pedestrian only part of town. We pass through the charming Piazza Alessandro Volta named for the inventor of the battery (volts, anyone), a native son.
The two children, Plinys the Second-both, of the other native perhaps more famous, son, Pliny the ...