Grand Hotel Tremezzo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... insanely gorgeous. The entire town was dead silent. No cars.. no pedestrians... no cafes were open... there were however, lots of runners! I guess when the streets are so narrow with race cars driving on them all day, the safest and best time of day to run is when they aren't there! The runners owned the streets, and it was beautiful to watch! I would have loved to tackle those hills! Pesky ...
... C, Princess Marianne of Nassau bought the villa as a wedding gift for her daughter Carlotta. Carlotta's husband, Georg II of Saxe-Meiningen, a passionate gardener, made further enhancements. The gardens are specifically designed for spring, when the hillside is covered with banks of camelias, azaleas, and rhododenrons. Within the folds of the hillside, speckled sunlight and cooler air, the tropical plants and ferns follow the stream to the lake. ...
... recreation room, and point to the floor. "You can sleep here" "How much?" "Fifteen Euros" Fifteen Euros seems like a rip off for a space on the floor, but it's the cheapest offer I'm going to get here in Campodolcino, so I take it. Kind of feel like a refugee or something, laying out my sleeping bag while kids are still playing in the rec area... oh well. I really should of gotten a warmer sleeping bag, so I wouldn't have put myself in this ...
... up the narrowing gorge for a ways... then finally spot a pedestrian suspension bridge far below... I go to check it out and... sure enough, on the other side there's a magical trail winding up the gorge, with mysterious abandoned stone houses and rushing rapids squeezing between the giant boulders. It's not long before I reach my first mountain village: San Giagomo Filipo. A sizeable village built along the steep slopes. It doesn't seem to be just ...
... opt to set up my camera along the railing of the bridge and run down to pose with the guitar on a walkway along the river. Probably a foolish decision--as a somebody could bump the camera... and there'd go all the pictures and videos I've taken over the last couple of days... I continue on through the town, past a refurbished castle and an open area where you can gaze up at terraces and houses perched high up on the steep mountain slopes. This ...