Grand Hotel Tremezzo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Russian TV Channels Available
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... By far the best pavilion was Kazakstan. you walked in, and there was a lady drawing with sand. And then you went into this room and had onn 3-D glasses. You sat in chairs that also moved. It was incredible. I stayed there from 9am to 5pm, and right now I am exhausted! I cannot wait to go to sleep. And tomorrow, when I wake up, it will be m birthday :) So I am excited to celebrate and see what Italy does for me on my sweet sixteen. Thats all for now ...
In a nutshell- Cousin Corrado took us all over Lake Como, including to the castle where they filmed Casino Royale, and George Clooney's place! He took us up the mountain side. We always thought that we were at the top, but then we went higher! We went for a walk around the area. We went down to S. Segmente for an expresso and then up into the hills. We also went to Lugano Lido where Corrado works in Switzerland for a fun day of swimming. The ...
It's time to pack up and leave Venice to start the real road trip. We bought our tickets for the Ali Laguna (airport water bus) yesterday so are all set to pick our car up from the airport. We get on board no issues and watch as they put Paul's bag on top of a few others and it seems to hang precariously as we cruise along. In the meantime one of the crew has become fond of our other bag and spends time sitting on it, hopefully ...
... pajamas - NOT - our laundry still wasn't dry. Go figure. And we had to leave in the morning for our flight to Vienna! We both had to hair dry our pajamas. This is the point of the trip where you are starting to get a little tired of the packing and unpacking. Even though we didn't pack too much, it always seems like 1,000 marbles spill out of your bag in each location and it's a process to get them all rounded up again. Now we had some wet marbles to round up too. Tomorrow ...
... how elaborate and well preserved each chapel and its figurines are, and then the absolute splendour of the sanctuary. It seems to be the home of an order of monks as there were a number of them chatting amongst themselves and with visitors whilst I was there.
It was a moving experience and I just sat outside the sanctuary and soaked up the atmosphere for some time. The important significance of the sanctuary and the chapels was recognised by UNESCO in ...