Harmony Suite Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... streets with cobbled ground leading to as yet unexplored shops and cafés. We strolled along the front and then up the hill behind the buildings to see view. Sampled the gelato, had to be done! Strawberry and coffee, not together! Then came down the narrow cobbled street stopping off at a wine shop. The shop had bottles open that you could sample and man was so helpful. Bought a red and a sparkling red (Hope Stu likes) and some limoncello. Once back at waters ...
... at Google Maps, I noticed that there was a walking track that appeared to lead to the other side of the peninsular, so once the gelati was consumed/dropped/melted, we started the next adventure. The path was lined, on either side, with 6ft walls of green shrub/creeper which was very common around Como. The ascent was rather quick before the long descent down many stairs to the waterfront on the other side. It was only after weaving our way ...
... From there we passed Ric************'s villa which you can rent for only 25000 Euros a week, and landed on Isola Comacina, the only island on the lake for lunch. Once again there was too much food but it was nice to have some vegetables for a change. Two hours later we headed back to Bellagio via San Giovanni and Villa Melzi. The evening was spent at a local pub trying their range of ...
Thursday Oct 2 was a free day so after a latish start we walked into the centre of Modena to visit the covered market. Lots of bread, pasta, fruit and vegetables, meat and seafood stalls; a smaller version of our central market. Checked out the main square and shops before heading back to the hotel. That evening we went to Francescana, the sister restaurant to the one we visited on Tuesday. We had a lovely 4 course meal of cheeses and salami; pasta, veal and duck ...
Well whaddya know. We arrive at Lake Como on the day of the big Clooney wedding only to discover that our invite was a forgery and that he was in fact getting married in Venice. Oh well not to worry. Oli and I were much more excited about saying Au Revoir to Baguette's and Snails for the 2nd time, and Buongiorno to Pizza, Gelati and Peroni in Italia. Prego - both literally and that is what I am going to look like once I have loaded up on 6 weeks worth of tucker in this ...