Hotel Citta Dei Mille
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Citta Dei Mille Bergamo
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... road seemed to be a pedestrian street as it was cobbled, narrow and full of people and we were sure we shouldn’t be driving down it but surprisingly this is the main road into town. The hotel Florence was a delight, right on the banks of picturesque Lake Como. I had a beautiful room with a window opening to the view. We had a walk around the very picturesque town, bought a few souvenirs and later cracked a bottle of Ayala champagne that Barbara and Leigh ...
... the question that most Tourists ask "Is that George's Villa", but alas it is a long way up the lake towards Como.
We stop at the Villa del Balbianello for a tour of the estate that is now owned and maintained by the Fondo (Foundation) Ambiente Italiano and was previously owned by Guido Monzino a weathy Milanese Businessman who was a dedicated explorer and collector. He was too busy climbing Mount Everest, trecking to the North Pole or exploring South America so ...
It's nice to stay somewhere that’s real. Varenna is real.
We chose this place more or less by accident. We had a few days to kill between ending our cruise in Venice and catching a plane in Zurich, and had heard the Italian lakes district is worth seeing. All the reviews pointed to Bellagio – set on a lake, quaint narrow pathways climbing between old houses. But, Bellagio doesn’t have a train station. Enter Varenna. This little town of ...
... br style="font-family: UICTFontTextStyleBody; font-size: 17px; line-height: normal; -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto;">At 9:00 p.m. they walked a short distance to Vineria Cozzi for dinner. Battery Boy started with a homemade cold tomato soup with celery, gin granita and codfish. He then had the Lamb of Abruzzo hamburger with mint, yogurt, tomato confit and strips of Guttiau bread. Video Girl had Garganelli egg pasta with crumbs of tuna, cherry tomatoes and mint. ...
... night in Milan -Homeless and on the streets!
Our hosts, however, did not bat an eye. Both sets simply stated that we would stay with them. It was decided that Carolina would go home with Manuela and Stefano, and Mauro and I would go home with Andrea and Sabrina. These wonderful folks opened their home to us on a moment's notice, and we are so grateful. Gratsi, Gratsi!