Albergo Ristorante Giardino
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... They were everywhere. In fact I tripped on a couple so desperate they were to eat their crumbs they don't move out of the way very fast.
It was late afternoon by this stage and we needed to get to Verona to check in to the next hotel. So we retraced our steps to the Metro, and found our car exactly where we had left it - wheels all in tact, no graffiti and no traffic tickets - woohoo!
A short 90 minute drive and we were in the fair city ...
... about where on the lake was a good place to stay.
We all boarded a ferry. There are a few choices you can make at this stage, the ferries go in different loops, some up and down the lake, some in a big circle, some trips go for hours, some just take you past large Villa's and some people just want a ferry to take them to the other side of the lake. We decided on a round trip - only a couple of hours on the water, a bit of sight-seeing, a couple of famous Villa's, just soak ...
... name a few, 200+ Nationalities live in Dubai, it has over 611 hotels in the city, the new airport DWC will have capacity of 240mln passengers and Emirates has the highest a380 fleet (83 aircrafts). We also learnt that interpersonal relationship is crucial to do business in the UAE and only after several meeting of "hello and hi", you can talk business.
My biggest take from this city ...
... 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 ...