Hotel Bazzoni et du Lac
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Bazzoni et du Lac Tremezzo
We stayed at the Hotel Bazzoni on a Half Board basis for 1 week. From the outside it doesn't look like one of the prettiest hotels in the world, but you get what you pay for.
The food was served buffet style for both breakfast and dinner. The dining room overlooks the lake, so you have the chance to take in everything from snow-capped mountains, traditional villas and the lush green woods which surround the lake. As for the food, there wasn't much variation for breakfast (sausage, scrambled egg, bacon, breads, meat, cheese etc), but dinner and dessert was a real treat, they do an especially nice tiramisu. The staff were friendly, but a little too eager to whip the plate out from under you.
We had a room which over looked the lake, which was quite frankly a mistake. Why? Italian drivers seem to go at 100km at night time making it hard to sleep. We also had problems with the internal phone, which our next door neighbours kept ringing, it was easy to figure out who it was as well because the walls don't do much inhibit sound.
I would say that all in all that it's an ok hotel. We were just unlucky with our neighbours, and if anything it has taught me find out exactly where the nearest road is!
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On the road by 6.30am
Wow, wow, wow, spectacular scenery today as we drove high up through the Alps from Switzerland to Italy. I do not know how they managed to build some of those roads with their sky high bridges, mountain hugging roads and long, long tunnels.
I didn't even want to look down from inside the car, it gave me …
... unreal, sun is fierce and not a breath of wind. Afternoons on the balcony are the order of the day, listening to all the birds shouting at each other and arguing over bread dropped on the floor at the cafe by the lake.
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... drum, an empty can with rocks in it for a shaker, two sticks to hit together and our voices. It was a lot of fun, but I'm not so sure we sounded so great. Oh wait a minute... Did I just admit that?? We sounded phenomenal!! We spent some time climbing a fantastic mountain with a breathtaking view and exotic climbs. We could see the snow topped mountains of Switzerland, along with the valleys of fall coloured trees, with a smattering of houses. Quite the contrast. ...
... warming his tyres. It would have been fun to watch but ‘Bo needs a big parking space. We found one outside and Argentinian run pizza house. Not quite the pizza on the Como shore front but probably a lot cheaper!
The toll roads were our choice across the north Italian Plain. The fees add up but make progress very much faster. We by- passed Milano and Torino. Awful I know but it’s just tooo cold! Next time we’ll plan better and linger. ...
... inscribing them on the list of World Heritage Sites.
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