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- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
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... stream near to top. It is heading in the right direction to go to the castle but it leads straight into an orchard where the owner is collecting some fruit. Private property, we can't go that way. We make our way back toward the piazza and come across an elderly gent sitting outside his house. We ask for the castello and he tells us we need to return to the piazza on the main road and then go up from there. We cannot cut across. OK, so we start ...
... this very narrow road, avoiding the parked cars and trucks. It took us a while with Michael out giving directions, but eventually we reached the bottom with no incidents. After that experience, we decided we would just go home. We headed back to the ferry terminal and there was a half hour wait. When the ferry attendant saw Wendy reversing into a waiting space she came out and yelled at the bus driver taking up space and a couple of motor cyclists, told them in ...
... later! Love those direct trains! A short taxi ride and we were at our B & B Resiidence Cavour, about a block from lake front. We were met by our host Moione who checked us in, showed us our room, the residence amenities, explained a few sights to see around Lake Como and places to eat. The rest of the afternoon was spent exploring this beautiful area which we've heard so much about through the media. Now that we're here, it's as beautiful and inspiring as we envisioned it! ...
... that there is now a funeral in the church and lots of cars everywhere. The girls are sitting in a little restaurant slightly off the main road but still with a lake view. Here we are in a small village in provincial Italy and the lunch we had was just spectacular! Ricotta filled ravioli in a citrus cream sauce, pork belly with a crust of pistachio. I can't remember the other two meals but just as good - the sort of food you would expect at one of Adelaide's top restaurants maybe. ...
... but most are pleasure yachts. It looks like the village may be quite exclusive. Not many tourists. We had coffee in the hotel - the only commercial building in the village. I guess the residents go into Bellagio to shop. It is about 2 km but up over the hill. Roger is riding his bike back to our apartment, so we visited the supermarketo we discovered earlier. Stocked up on essentials like, wine, beer, cheese, salami, bread etc. ...