Augustus Hotel & Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... we both agree that we like it here. So back at The Blender Bar, we are sat outside people and crazy driving watching, while supping away merrily on a variety of drinks. Much later on we leave the Bar and promptly get lost in the confusing streets of Milano. At the time I am tired and peeved, but we eventually find our way back to the hotel. Then I remember I have a hip flask so we have ...
... pieces of calamari) and Mary & Bill enjoyed the clam soup.
Lunch devoured in no time at all, another walk around the town and then Lynda (the younger & fitter of us all) decided to walk back over the hill while we waited for a train back. The 4 minute train trip cost us less than 2 Euro but Lynda still beat us back as we had the hike up from the train stop to contend with! I stopped along the way to talk with a local artist and purchase a nice ...
... to the village and we do some leisurely window shopping. I find a nice t-shirt and am happy as I will now have something clean to wear. We have not done laundry since Stresa so something clean is a welcome addition.
After all this walking lunch is soon on our minds and as it is still overcast we are looking for something inside. All restaurants post their menus outside so you can decide if anything is appealing before taking ...
Back to the coffee which I am sure will become a daily ritual!
An experience that comes with people watching thrown in for free and the total
bill for our four coffees and four pastries - less than €8!!!
As the weather was overcast but sunny in patches we decided to head for the coast to ...
... View of the sea? Tick! finestra Sul mare. Indeed. I'm on the marina and living like a local, it's a postcard where I am. With my broken Italian, and his broken English, pino tried to explain the hot water system to me. I'm bad at handy man stuff, although I made out from his mixed lingual words you could not have hot water by this meter box thingo without knowing how to operate it.. I should have asked more questions, but my stubborn "I know ...