ATAHOTEL De Angeli Residence
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- High-speed internet in room
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Today Ruth and I took a canoe on the lake. We wanted to explore it more close to the coast. It was great fun apart from the burden on your shoulders. After an hour of paddling, our shoulders and forearms were worn out. We then had a relaxing afternoon by the pool, followed by a last supper at home before moving on to ...
... at a most inopportune moment. When we arrived in Como, even I needed a strong drink. Como was very busy with people out shopping. Lisa and Ruth found all the jewellery shops - we also frequented a few makeup and granita shops. We had a lovely afternoon wandering in the sun. We made it home for bourbon and Prosecco in the setting ...
... in the direction of the "red light district." We walked through one of the dimly-lit brothels, which I found to be super creepy. It was really small, containing only a few beds. I only spotted one erotic fresco while walking through, but I also wasn't searching for them. Our guide explained how Pompeii was a very immoral city, which explains why all of the vendors were selling phallic souvenirs. In fact, I was browsing the web, and a lot of ...
... since we were close to Umbria, the best place in the world to find truffles. See the photos’ another great meal.
Due to Johan’s special navigation skills we now know the lay of the land and were ready for Nelia and Joerg to join us on our next outing. Nelia and I hugged and kissed, super excited to see one another again. Not even the rain could dampen our feelings. The city of Milano is really pretty with a lot of high end boutiques, ...
... prior to leaving Australia so he had been looking forward to sharing this dining experience.
Ristorante de Giacomo was Conceived and designed by architects Renzo Mongiardino and Roberto Peregalli in a picturesque setting reminiscent of the old restaurants in Milan in the 20th century. Woodwork painted in green reseda closed at the top by a paper in relief; stucco, arches and on the ground floor of a grit design makes ...