Hotel Ristorante National
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Alright so I haven't written in a while! I told you about what I did on sunday and on monday. So here is what I have done the rest of the week...... On Tuesday, i slept in until around 9, and then had breakfast with my host mom Sonia. She took me to my future school after that to I'm pretty sure get registered. Although I don't know for sure cause I can't understand anything :) After that we drove to a guy who is my age, his name is Lucca, to his ...
... Tim loved the diving boards. We've had many delicious meals thanks to Holly. The other night we went for pizza and Tim ordered what he thought was salami, but turned out to be a salmon pizza ;0) A few more things are the caves that we toured around Porlezza, and then zip line experience yesterday! Quite a rush! Today we are off to a mini vacation to Cinque Terre, Lucca, and Florence. Oh yes- we also took a ferry from Mennagio to Bellagio! ...
... of a hill overlooking the lake and the town of Varenna. While it is so beautiful from that vantage point, it turned out feeling inconvenient most of the time. The reviews I read said, just a 15 minute walk into town. They didn't mention that it's a STEEP rocky descent that feels endless on a rocky pebbly road. No footing ever felt sure to me, on the way down. I didn't like that route so we decided to take the 'other route' on the back of the property which was closer to the ...
... we hiked 8 km south through the next three villages, both along the coast and up into the hillside. After the ferry from Lenno back to Bellagio (20 minutes, € 4,60 each) we walked around town some, then repaired to the room to work on, among things, this blog. We had an outstanding dinner at the B&B's restaurant - the ristorante is their primary business, they rent out a few rooms on the side. Or more literally, above. We had amazing fried ...
... areas are so poor, they report and pay no tax! Just when one thinks there are no more steps we have scored the top floor in a room the closest to the train station - like arm out the window and one can almost touch the train at the station. Shared bathroom down he hallway as well. My clothes walk off to the shower all by themselves, not sure if they will ever smell ok again. That first ale with focaccia and pesto (both native to this region) really hit ...