Clarion Collection Hotel Griso
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Clarion Collection Hotel Griso Lecco
Travel Blogs from Lecco
... on ferry. Decided to eat out at a wine bar that Stu's colleague Amy had recommended called Cantina Follie. Designed like a wine cellar they serve meats, cheese, bread and wine. We tried 5 types of wine of which Stu enjoyed 3! Progress. Met owner, Dutch man who was very welcoming. Bought two bottles Stu liked and two bottles I liked then worried about how to get that in car! Back at hotel and bumped into Edwina and Peter so enjoyed drinks in bar. Lovely end to great ...
... few buildings (again, covered in creeper vines) before we saw the little harbour where a lady was starting to dispose of some stale bread to the ducks. Our kids were quick to take the bread when the lady offered it, and it kept the kids entertained for ages. The ducks must be used to it as they were feeding straight from the hand. Our memory of Bellagio will be of the duck feeding on the other side rather than the ritzy hotels facing the harbour ...
Went to the market in Lennon, the weather was overcast and rain in the afternoon and evening. Went to our apartment to have roast chicken (from the market) with H&W with salad and bread. In the evening we went to Argegno for drinks. Happy hours....served with pizza, focaccia, cheese & honey, salami etc, all free of ...
... the manager comes and the fellow is quite shocked when he is told he must leave (at 4 in the morning). I'm glad things turned out that way. I guess the fellow is old school and still has the idea that, if a girl is sleeping in the same room as a guy, that means she's willing to have sex with him. Not how it works in hostels! The funny thing is that many of these hostels in Milan are run by Egyptians. And in ...
... though the church was bombed during WW II, the only wall left standing was the one on which The Last Supper was painted. Miracle? You be the judge!
At 15 minutes on the dot, a very stern voice let us know it was time to exit. A quick bus ride back to our origin and the tour was over. Starvation had set in nicely, so our next step was to find lunch quickly. Fortunately, we found a cool lunch place that was very clearly not a tourist trap as ...