BEST WESTERN Hotel Piemontese
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... places to eat. Lucy was hungry again. Oh dear. Luckily we didn't stop at one of the restaurants along the canal and walked further where we stumbled upon a large open air market. It was really cool. Had lots of organic food stalls and lots of places to sit. Our host had encouraged us to eat Italian food and drink Italian wine so for the 5th night in the row we did. Lucy, Katie and I had the best pizza ...
... a beer and snacks and the most wonderful passion fruit tartlet. We sat and watched people go by and the ferries come and go. We walked back to the car via a gallery of local artist's work. We bought a picture of Balbianello, the local villa near where we are staying. The road to Como made Lisa a little unsettled and we met a ...
10 July, 2015
Sunny and hot with a refreshing breeze.
Cari famiglia e amici,
(Dear family and friends)
I think I am still
jetlagged. My body clock may still be adjusting. One minute I'm wide awake, the next I'm exhausted. I woke up at 6:30am this morning. I slept for 10 hours. I can't seem to sleep enough!!!!
The pace in Italy is so calm and relaxed. People take their time doing everything. It's ...
... stadium beats a huge soccer stadium hands down. San Siro was antiquated compared to Suncorp and the kids were surprised by the old fashioned style and lack of facilities. There was no hot chips and only squat down toilets with no toilet paper or soap - very low brow! Tomorrow we plan a very quiet day and then the night train to Paris for the final stage of our ...
... citta vecchia and dove autobus. He points me in the right direction and says 1A bus. We find our way to the stop and are on our way. As we climb, we are glad we did not walk this as our feet are a little sore from all the walking in Milano I also realize that it is not called Citta vecchia or old town but rather Citta alta or the town above, upper Bergamo. We get off at Colle Aperto and have no idea which way to go. Find a bench, get out IPad, send Carol to look ...