Hotel Della Torre
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- Swimming pool
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... the day was that David threw out the toll ticket that I had sitting in the console....hmmm not quite sure how and poor David as I huffed and puffed and said in no uncertain terms..."what the"?!! I was stressing a bit imagining our conversation and wondering if we would be charged extra or fined but all was good and the attendant looked up the price and took our word that we had left from Florence. Twenty one Euros later thank you very much! Looks like ...
... then headed for the ferry back to Lenno all tired from the activity and heat not to mention the wine with lunch. Pre-positioning the car turned out to be very good forward planning as no one felt much like being active on our return. The best we could muster was a leisurely swim in the lake when we got back. We cooked in house and dined on our private balcony, more vino and early to ...
Again Barbara put on a beautiful spread for breakfast. She also had a cake that is special to Como. Can't remember the name but it was really good.
We decided we would go up the funicular this morning then walk to the lighthouse before it got too hot. Today was again meant to be about 36. The town above Como is called Brunate. It is just a little village with a few shops. There are plenty of walking paths up here and lots of people bike up the hill and down. The funicular ...
... a beer and snacks and the most wonderful passion fruit tartlet. We sat and watched people go by and the ferries come and go. We walked back to the car via a gallery of local artist's work. We bought a picture of Balbianello, the local villa near where we are staying. The road to Como made Lisa a little unsettled and we met a ...
... out that Michael and Missy made the story up! Haha but having said that Pallazzo Borromeo was built by Carlo 111 dedicated to his wife Isabella D'Adda hence the island was named after her. The gardens are enormous and so beautiful where we all frantically take happy snaps and mentally make notes of ideas we would love to replicate once home.
We then take the small boat to Isola Pesactore which was known for its fishing. It's a a tiny island full of restaurants and ...