Hotel Europa di Sondrio
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... built during the First World War. It also wasn't very successful and the only fighting it saw was the Italian soldiers fighting the German soldiers who were all living together in the fort. We were not able to walk around there by ourselves and had to do a tour with the young woman who was care taking it so it was all a bit of a rush. There were the remains of three cannons on top of the fort which apparently were not terribly accurate and ...
... I think there are more churches here than people. but they were locked up so we couldn't get inside. There was a little restaurant and bar in one tiny town so we stopped to get some lunch but it turned out to be just a bar, with a couple of pokie machines in it I might add, and they weren't serving any food. They seem to be big on the pokies here and even little Cafes have them. There was a man in the cafe we went to yesterday who had dragged ...
... was very grateful. Not being fluent in the other languages does mean that you can't really talk much to the locals and, once again we are restricted to conversations with American (they talk to everybody), Aussie and NZ tourists. Bellano, being such a small town does not have anyone who speaks English well at all so there is a lot of pointing and gesticulating going on. It is really shutting down for the winter here and a lot of the villas and hotels are shuttered. There are ...
... that has beautiful gardens and is open to the public. Saved by the villa, we paid our entrance fee the made a beeline to the restrooms.
The villa itself was very beautiful and had painted ceilings and marble statues strewn within, as well as some paintings on the walls. Some of the rooms were left the way they would have been when the villa was occupied. It was built for the Milanese marquis Giorgio Clerici in 1690 and it extends over 70,000 square metres (17 acres) of grounds ...
... little bit bigger than Bellano and has an old castle on a hill above it which has a 'birds of prey' display which features Falcons and owls, which is supposed to be worth a look, so we will perhaps go there tomorrow. Next stop was Bellagio which is one of the biggest and most popular towns on Lake Como and as you would expect it houses most of the tourists and has a lot of expensive shops and hotels. There were a lot of nice restaurants along ...