- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- High-speed internet in room
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... pieces that I have in my room. The bells from the church in the square ring on the hour. I think they may stop after about 10pm and start again at 7am. Day 2: Lazy start to the day. I wander over for my breakfast at the cafe and catch up on emails etc. After breakfast I walk to the train station to confirm the times for tomorrow. I buy a ticket for the early morning train. Then I head off for the walk ...
... platform and it's really quite difficult to get cases up and down. Don't know how the oldies get on. Now there are mountains on the horizon with snow on the top. Beautiful! As we get closer to Milano it has become very flat. There seems to be less horticulture/orchards/vineyards and more green paddocks/crops. Maybe they grow wheat up here? They surely need a lot for all the pasta they eat. Got into Milan on time then found my train to go on to ...
... cafe to settle in for a nice pasta lunch. This was followed by a wander around Varenna, up into the town square and the church. And then to a tiny little beach. Back to the ferry and then back to Bellagio for a lovely dinner made up of sensational pork sausages, meats, olive and cheese from the little deli at the end of our lane way.
Our final day in Bellagio was a chance to really potter around a bit like the locals. A slow start ...
... spectacular and we have been blown away with the vast mountain ranges with snow covering them, it was surreal.Sophie fell asleep at the perfect time as the road was starting to become a little winding.
We crossed the border from Austria into Switzerland and soon arrived at St Moritz. Once again the scenery was amazing with snow capped mountains, people skiing along walking tracks, husky's at training school and a lake that was covered over. We stopped for a break and a ...
... Alps to the north - so very different from the flat panoramas of Ireland, England and southern Africa.
This little village of Varenna with its tiny harbor, narrow alleys (contrades) and lanes is home to just 800 people. Even with lots of tourists walking around taking pictures, it's peaceful and subdued; a great place for two graying travelers.
One of the sights in Varenna is the Castello di ...