Art Hotel Riposo
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- Swimming pool
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... Lucca Comics and Games Festival, one of the biggest events of it's type in the world, when over 500 exhibitors and suppliers, and approximately 250,000 people flood the town, most hotels and guest houses are sold out, many booked up a year in advance, Having had a quick look at the website, we reckon that a lot of the people that come, only leave their bedrooms once a year, and this is it. We seemed to spend most of the week packing up and cleaning the apartment ...
We're on our way to Italy for the next month and stopped for the night in Bellinzona in the Swiss Alps, we are only an half hours drive from Lake Lugano which we'll visit tomorrow. The first snow of the year fell last night, but I don't think anyone here gets to excited about it, as most of the hotels seem to be closed until the 4th December!
Our hotel served a wonderful breakfast buffet with the gorgeous view of the lake. The lake was cut by a glacier and is 1200 feet deep. It's a beautiful teal blue color and there are swans and ducks all around. We caught the 10 am shuttle into Bellagio central and bought a "hop-on-hop-off" ticket for the ferries that constantly cross cross the ...
... doomed to run back to the hostel. We grabbed the brolly and went for a walk down the lake front and decided to get some food from a fancy restaurant for our lunch. The place was fancy and the price tag definitely matched the food that came out. We ordered a starter of seafood platter, none of which was deep fried. The octopus came out in small strips and the calamari was tender and chewy. They had squid which was cut into paper thin strips which had a taste to die for. Next up ...
... La Darsena at 8pm. We were just seated and looking at menu when in walked Peter and Edwina so we changed our tables to sit together. Very relaxed atmosphere with beautiful food. Tried Aperoll as an aperitif as recommended by Edwina. Looked like Tizer! Had pumpkin risotto with venison to start, Stu had lentil with sausage soup. Followed by duck and steak. We tried a selection of deserts and had to be rolled back to hotel. Great company, wine and ...