BEST WESTERN Premier Cappello d'Oro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... stop for me is Villa Carlotta which is a villa and a lovely garden. 9 euro. Back in the boat to Bellagio. Another beautiful town. I have lunch here. I have a buffet which is disappointing. You actually have to use a microwave to heat things if you want them hot. Didn't realise this to start with. You can go back 3 times (primo, secondi and dessert). Cost 15euro including a glass of wine. Back on the boat ...
... my contact details on my phone so I can show these to her if the card doesn’t tell her all she wants. I also see my vaccination details on my phone and think they could be helpful too, if the Italian names are close to the English ones I’ve used. While waiting I get on with other important stuff, like browsing the latest news from my friends and family on Facebook …
She returns and beckons me into the room I’ve been waiting outside, which has ...
... is on Lago Di Como (lake Como). It's across the lake from Bellagio (of George Clooney fame). Took an hour to get there and Greta, my air BnB host was waiting for me. We drove to the BnB. Oh no! It's up 2 flights of stairs. No lift! Greta and I struggled up with my suitcase. I don't know what will happen in Paris. I think it's 8 floors up and no lift. ****! Anyway, got organised with info etc. The Internet is a bit hit and miss. Then went out to ...
... has a great deal of interesting buildings.
The highlight of Breschia has to be the UNESCO site of Santa Guilia museum which traces the site from the roman times with 2 houses complete with mosaics through to the convent of the Middle Ages and up into the Lombardy Renaissance period. We spent a couple of hours here in the morning before we rode to Sirmione. This city also boasts a strong connection to Pope Paul VI who was born in the ...
... as likely as each other here by the look of things. The castle was rather grand, or what we saw of it. Large areas were covered over for restoration and others required payed access. The central courtyard was huge. At a guess probably big enough to hold a footy game, AFL not soccer as everyone here thinks when you mention footy. On that note, the is currently some major soccer thing going on over here, the world cup maybe or perhaps a european league, I have no real clue and ...