Hotel Ristorante "da Cesare"
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... didn't actually look at my face not even one little bit ... he still stamped my passport!
Silvana, Emily and Anthony were amazed at how indifferent they were and that they couldn't care less.
We buy train tickets which cost €12 each from the airport to Centrale. We then find the Tim store to set our iPads and phones up which took 1 1/2 hrs! We are so hungry that all visions of a lovely relaxed lunch at Stresa give way to the ...
... reversing heroics the other day (it was 500m then, it must be 750m now)
Each year Alex and Val are somewhere near us in this hemisphere - was great to catch them for dinner in Amboise
As well as catching up with old friends, it was great to make some new friends like Marie-Noelle and Philippe, like Majid, like Frederique & Denis, like Guilliame & Beringere...and I am sure I have missed some
Day 24 Today we pick up our bikes, have our pre tour briefing and the introductory dinner. I wandered down to breakfast at 9am and found Bill and Joan in the dinning room. The selection of breakfast items was even less than the day before. It would seem that, unlike other hotels, they do not top up the items on offer when they run low. Following breakfast Joan ...
... lunch in Montepulciano on the way up to Florence. We had a quick wander round this very pretty town and had a lovely lunch served by an incredibly grumpy old waiter. Think of Super Mario's great great grandad, having put on a few pounds and developed quite a noisy breathing difficulty. A few pictures taken and a couple of local wines tasted and onto Florence to meet Bea's friend Dile. It turns out Florentine hospitality is just as generous as Venetian. Dile had laid on a big party at ...
... incident out of the way we hit the highway north - a quite interesting drive - until we reached the beautiful Lake Maggiore and the little town of Baveno on the shores of the lake. There had been a late change of hotel for us and we had been moved about 3kms down the road to the glorious little town of Stresa! We drove passed many very old but stylish hotels until we reached ours - the grandly named Grand Hotel Bristol! The foyer was full ...