Albergo Ristorante Giardino
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... old architecture all contribute to Milans great beauty!
Once I met with Kate we decided to visit an Italian patissier and get a croissant! they were so delicious and a perfect way to start the day! As we do we went shopping and tried out best to communicate with the locals, always a fun venture.
For lunch we had the most amazing location of the roof top bar ...
What a day! Woke up at 6am to leave by 6.45 with the kids to school, a hour drive to Milan and there by 8! I then walked tot he centre on Milan to have a wonder and wait for Katie! I looked up the way to Milano Centrale, the main train station and decided to make the trek as I had about 3 hours to pass until Kate came, and nothing opens till about 9.30 anyway! It took about half an hour and was a nice scenic walk. The station was ...
... I return to reality outside the roman terme walls.
I take a last stroll down the shopping area, feeling healthier, fresher and pure! It is as if people around me, notice the difference or maybe its the blond hair attracting attention again.
All that wellness makes me hungry and I return to the hotel. Can't wait to jump into the triple kingsize bed all to myself.
... 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 ...