Hotel Residence La Luna Nel Porto
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... s, crazy parking (we never parked on a corner or double parked so we are clearly not locals!) snowy mountain roads and everything in between. I must admit, I was relieved to sign it back in. We have checked in at an Airport hotel tonight to save us having to drive through the "traffico intenso" tomorrow morning. It is almost goodbye Italy, for now ...
... funicular we wanted to ride. The weather was still on the gray side but stayed dry for our first evening of walking around.
We slept in a bit the next day and, after a short walk around our part of town (drizzling and grayish), we rode the funicular up the mountain to the town above Como where we had lunch and then a short hike. While cloudy, the rain had let up so it was ...
... 8211; it was very steep and one knee complained. Also walking down means you have to walk or bus back along the busy road, not much fun after walking for a few hours away from the traffic.
(See http://www.meetup.com/Explore-Italy-Cyc ling-Gastronomy-Wine/events/220863186/ [English] for photos on a nicer day – click the ‘See all" link near the top of the page ...
... right path, this ended at some rocks that had ropes to help you to climb up them, Logan tried it out but didn't quite make the first ledge, he should have used the ropes! We returned back the way we had come, before long it was dark, we cooked and then I read whilst Les uploaded done photographs. It's given low temperatures for tonight so we set the oven to come on for a couple of hours during the ...
... arrived in his speedboat, and who was keen to secure the tacit approval of Britain and France for his intended invasion of Abyssinia. But overwhelmingly, the conference was a serious attempt to send a clear signal to Hitler that the world would not tolerate his aggressive ambition. A declaration was published, condemning rearmament, but amazingly stopping short of naming Germany directly. It is known that Hitler rubbed his hands with glee when he heard the outcome. ...