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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... By far the best pavilion was Kazakstan. you walked in, and there was a lady drawing with sand. And then you went into this room and had onn 3-D glasses. You sat in chairs that also moved. It was incredible. I stayed there from 9am to 5pm, and right now I am exhausted! I cannot wait to go to sleep. And tomorrow, when I wake up, it will be m birthday :) So I am excited to celebrate and see what Italy does for me on my sweet sixteen. Thats all for now ...
... We wander around checking out all the menus and quickly conclude we should be here without the boys. Between the wine bars and craft beer places, a return visit may be on the cards. We eventually find a restaurant which suits and it's delicious. The boys are taken home and tucked into bed before Paul and Gretchen indulge in the best gelato so far - chocolate and tiramisu for Paul and cream caramel for Gretchen. A brilliant final night in ...
... of a hill overlooking the lake and the town of Varenna. While it is so beautiful from that vantage point, it turned out feeling inconvenient most of the time. The reviews I read said, just a 15 minute walk into town. They didn't mention that it's a STEEP rocky descent that feels endless on a rocky pebbly road. No footing ever felt sure to me, on the way down. I didn't like that route so we decided to take the 'other route' on the back of the property which was closer to the ...
... the apartment is a UNESCO world heritage site. It was a very steep climb. With lots of twists and turns. The monastery was amazing and being restored. What a great walk, luckily there was a water tap at the top. See this web link to read about the monastery. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sacro_M ...
... but most are pleasure yachts. It looks like the village may be quite exclusive. Not many tourists. We had coffee in the hotel - the only commercial building in the village. I guess the residents go into Bellagio to shop. It is about 2 km but up over the hill. Roger is riding his bike back to our apartment, so we visited the supermarketo we discovered earlier. Stocked up on essentials like, wine, beer, cheese, salami, bread etc. ...