Esplanade Hotel Resort & SPA
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking hotel
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... pieces that I have in my room. The bells from the church in the square ring on the hour. I think they may stop after about 10pm and start again at 7am. Day 2: Lazy start to the day. I wander over for my breakfast at the cafe and catch up on emails etc. After breakfast I walk to the train station to confirm the times for tomorrow. I buy a ticket for the early morning train. Then I head off for the walk ...
I'm on the move again today. Metro to Termini train station and fast train to Milan at 11am. Takes 3 hours. Speeds of around 248 kms an hour. My ears keep popping when we go through the tunnels. The terrain is very similar to down south. Rolling hills etc., with flat plains in between. I can't see so many olive trees though and there's a lot more grape vines. It still all looks very beautiful. Can't say for sure but the soil looks a lot more sandier than ...
... cafe to settle in for a nice pasta lunch. This was followed by a wander around Varenna, up into the town square and the church. And then to a tiny little beach. Back to the ferry and then back to Bellagio for a lovely dinner made up of sensational pork sausages, meats, olive and cheese from the little deli at the end of our lane way.
Our final day in Bellagio was a chance to really potter around a bit like the locals. A slow start ...
... t eaten we went there for a quick bite. A tasting plate of meats, cheese and pizza and a glass of wine was exactly what we wanted. We then walked around the corner to have that long awaited coffee fix. It didn't disappoint. Magnificent.
Showed Sue around parts of Bellagio and some of the great shops. It was very busy but by 6pm, the tourists had left!! Had dinner and headed back to the apartment.
We are really looking forward to having a few days to relax and chill out. ...
... it and his collections of books, artefacts, historical maps and antique furniture, just as they were when he died. A great English speaking guide to tell us the stories. Magnificent outlook, gardens, artworks and artefacts. And we came away with an appreciation of his gift to the Italian people. Had lunch on the waterfront and soaked up the atmosphere. Back to our place, up a several hundred steps, but we are managing it a lot easier that a six weeks ...