Hotel Ristorante Giardinetto
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... of the trip. I suspected the chocolate - he had had a lot, which is not the norm - and Coca Cola. Or maybe it could have been the change in venue in changing hotels. Or maybe he was too overtired from the castle excursion. Who knows? We were frustrated, exhausted, and worried about the trip home the following day. Thankfully, Miss C slept through the whole thing (miraculous), and we finally all settled down to get some rest for the big travel day ahead.
... segment itinerary and met up with J, a colleague of T's who got in on the deal with us. We flew to Newark with no issues, graciously upgraded to First from some of J's expiring upgrades.
We boarded the EWR-MXP flight and took a bit of a delay, first due to lack of final weight and balance and then due to some foggy weather that had rolled in. I thought this could only help the sleep situation, because now it would get us to "bedtime" sooner.
... Dad went to move the car and got pulled over by a policemen because he a french numberplate. He didn't have his international drivers license or the registration of the car (Mum had them) but got let off. We had lunch which was pasta and ice cream or as the locals call gelato. Then we drove around the lake and visited a church perched on a hill. On the way up we passed a funeral and the grave yard. When we came down mum suddenly had a idea ...
... more powdery? I found that out the hard way when I fell and the snow crumpled underneath me. There were not many people at the ski field as it was not a holiday. The skilifts were not working but in the afternoon the travelater started working. I was glad because I didn't have to walk up the hill sideways all the time. One of the funniest bits was when I found out that most of the others had fallen over on the travelater and I hadn't. Mum was ...
... and caught a boat out to Isola di San Giulio. This is about 400 metres off shore and is smaller than Mokoia Island. It is totally covered by a nunnery and church and the photos won't do it justice. Back just before 5pm as the sun set. Off skiing tomorrow at a resort about 30 minutes away. Stephen forgot to tell you about the charming captain of the boat out to the island who insisted on ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking