Hotel Ristorante Borgo La Tana
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... lunch at a cafe on the beach and trying to regain our energy to find our hotel, it was wonderful....took us straight there without an extra step. So thanks! As for today's hike....it was so beautiful but so so hot. Views of a magnificent coastline only got better the higher we climbed. View the other side of mountain scenery. And between the consistent markers painted on rocks of red & white stripes ( which is how I prefer to ...
... all had to duck our heads it was so low! Well worth the 7 euros each.
Then we went into the castle courtyard and went up on the balcony for lunch at The Bounty Bar where I had salmon ravioli (so good) and Neil had gnocchi which he raved over. Had a 1/2 litre of the local white wine, which was good too. By this time the rain had followed us from Stresa and we just had a quick wander around the streets of Sirmione before making ...
... 5 hours to go. The train splits when we cross over into Sicily, so we have to ensure we're in the right half of the train, which currently I don't think we are. The best thing about travelling is that your problems are no longer about life, but about gritty things, like how do I get food in this country? or in our case now, am I on the right train? Having these basic problems in your day gives you plenty of time to look over the rest of your life, and write odd ended blogs like this ...
... of the lake. Unfortunately it is so foggy you can barely see the lake and it's raining. Lake Maggiore is the 2nd largest lake in Italy; it’s 40 miles long and averages 3 to 5 miles wide. Antonella tells us about a gentleman in 1932 who was being hounded by the tax man. He had a brand new Bugatti automobile and he decided to push it into the lake and attach a chain to it so he could pull it out after his tax ...
... of the fountain and the center square, was a dimly lit second floor restaurant accessible by walking up a fairly steep cobblestone street. We decided to explore this option. As we entered a grotto style entrance we were met by carefully place foliage. It was as though we had entered into a luschious cave in the outdoors. The owner, who spoke very little English, guided us to one of the tables overlooking the piazza below and the town fountain we had ...