Hotel La Spezia - Gruppo MiniHotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Concierge desk
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
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... so we jumped on the train, after proudly purchasing tickets with no help from locals. A couple of stops later we decide which exit to leave the station by... and OMG - we walk up these steps and there looming in front is the Duomo itself. No words here. Just magnificent.
And then we are accosted by about 30 people trying to sell selfie sticks, good luck bracelets, scarves,... the sellers are everywhere, they are persistent, and actually a little but ...
... up at the Yacht Club Como and enjoyed a great lunch on the balcony before spending a slow afternoon walking around town. But while eating lunch we discovered that the local paper had covered my arrival!
We even managed to find a local cinema, but clearly, with scenery like this.... Movies aren't at the top of the priority list....
... for people to live in, it's a place where people go about normal lives away from the famous monuments and the tourist traffic. In this way it's a perfect place for me to spend the majority of my time in Italy. Since we're going to be in the one place for an extended period of time, Tilly, Nathan and I set out this week with the intention of finding our "go to" local cafe. We are yet to finish trying the multitude of cafes that line the main street but I'm certain that next week ...
... the number 3. When we exited we noticed the room numbers on the wall only went to 335. After exploring the third floor, we discovered a set of stairs leading to floor 3B and eventually room 339. There are two third floors.
Awhile later I had to go to the front desk for something and left Deb in the room reading. As I returned to the elevator there were 4 guys entering just before me. No ...
... in advance. We were able to sit in front of the painting for 20 minutes. It was lovely to look at. The church was bombed during WWII but the fresco miraculously survived. It is around 600 years old. I brought along some copied literature from a children's book about it, so all were able to name each apostle and learn some important facts at the kids' level. Rather than go to the famous Duomo in Milan, we thought the kids were"done" so we headed back to the ...