Atlantic Hotel Arona

Address: Corso della Repubblica 124, Arona, Lake Maggiore, Piedmont, 28041, Italy | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on Corso della Repubblica 124, Arona.
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      Last day in Italia

      A travel blog entry by mozzies7 on Apr 09, 2015

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      This morning we said goodbye to our beautiful Castle hideaway & hit the Autostrada. First stop was Vicolungo The Style Outlet Shopping Mall to spend the last of those pesky Euro's! Then we thought we would just have a drive around the villages in Lombardy around the lake Lago Maggiore. It was just beautiful. Especially the village if Angera. I could ...

      Como

      A travel blog entry by roaster on Mar 25, 2015

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      After Cinque Terre, we continued north to a city called Como, on the border of Italy and Switzerland. Never heard of it before but we wanted to have one more stop before reaching Lucerne so this seemed interesting enough to go to.

      We found a small hotel in the part of the city we wanted to be based out of - about a 30 minute walk from the train station and close to the waterfront ...

      Mini Mountain Marching (OK, walking)

      A travel blog entry by handyeh on Mar 15, 2015

      25 photos

      ... so the views weren’t typical of most days I’ve been in this area but were pretty nice none the less.

      Most impressive was the many small houses in the mountain villages. Many were for sale, very small and boarded up for the winter. I suspect not many people live there year-round.

      I’d love to go back in summer but I probably won’t take the ...

      You can't spell Italy without Lost.

      A travel blog entry by kate.vallance on Mar 06, 2015

      18 photos

      ... Novara to Biella so i had to wait an hour to the next one, in the freezing cold at 6pm. But i think that this happened for a reason because i got to see the most amazing sunset i have ever seen.
      i was instantly inspired and i started writing 'today i missed a train. a train in a country of which i don't speak the language. and i get anxious about this sort of stuff so obviously this would not be a fun emotional experience. but today i was blessed. i was led to a ...

      The day of cheese!

      A travel blog entry by nabeards on Mar 27, 2014

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      ... tour the cave. We put on some extra coats and descended underground. Although it was just us walking through a regular door, nothing ominous as you might imagine going into a cave. Their organization began in 1876, with Gorgonzola cheese. We learned all about the aging process, saw so many cheeses, found out about location driven regional designations and how cheese is similar to wine in that way. There are many traditions involved and regulations required. We were able to ...