Hotel Bristol Palace
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... tickets have to be purchased at a tourist agency in the town, not like an Irish couple who turned up looked around for the ticket machine and started to panic. The wise old Aussies came to the rescue and helped them out with directions.
Following our previous experience with Varenna Station we scrambled on to the closest carriage on the train took a seat and our last look at Lake Como and Bellagio. The change of trains at Milan was easy except we had reserved seats in the ...
... a colour coded towel (we don't want the beach to look uncoordinated), for a deck chair and colour matched umbrella. I reckon this could really add up if you had a family. Our swim was cool and refreshing, but so many stones under foot including the odd orange ones. Them we trained back to Rapallo and had a lovely meal on the water from after walking over to the marina side of the city and enjoying ...
... overlooking the tight light waters before a rending the hill back home. Unfortunately we took the wrong staircase up and had to back track just a little. Fortunately we realised before it was too far up. Even when we did find the correct stair we were not sure until we came across our house. Accommodation comments about Viktors place on Airbnb apartment located in a building of 3 ...
... reputed to be the glass chalice of the Last Supper.
Leaving there we ascended to another very elaborate Baroque church dedicated to the Jesuit order which was quite over the top to our tastes but included to paintings by Reubens. Finally we walked through one of the surviving gates of the old city walls & up to a relatively austere, by local standards Basilica.
Here we hopped on to a bus which took us out along the river ...
... translates to "cherry-like," and that is what it tastes like--cherries! Mosciame is a very special item that we had yet to see here. I have had it many times at Incanto (my restaurant in San Francisco), as the chef makes his own from time to time. It is salt-cured tuna loin, kind of like a salami made from tuna. At Raibetta it was shaved very very thinly and served with raw tomatoes and dried oregano. The tuna was fishy and salty in all the right ways, and it ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility