Hotel Ristorante Reginna Po
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... it out with their umbrellas! It was a bit cold but didn’t rain that much.
We were quite happy that we had stumbled across the concert. Ever since we had arrived in Italy Eli had been giving renditions of speaking in an Italian accent. Apparently you needed to talk like that or they wouldn’t understand you! We scurried back to the apartment and rang the buzzer for Mike to let us in. We enjoyed some cookies left out for us before settling in to ...
July 18, 2014
What a quiet night – it's truly lovely here. And then breakfast was outside on the terrace looking over the lake. Cinzia gave us a good selection of cereal and breads with ham and made us a great local pear cake which was yummy. We set out for a walk to the old centre of town. It was fine walking in the morning – cool ...
... marble bathroom and gorgeous courtyard. It is very warm here so we did enjoy our rest. We walked out for dinner and eventually found the Domus Ristorante/hotel. I had yummy spaghetti with Gamberi and rucolo and salad whilst Craig had a giant pizza. The views of the lake were magnificent. It seems like the Como area. The walk home was good for us. It will be nice to rest here for a couple of ...
... tolls. In nan hour and a half drive we were asked for 1.20€, 6.70€ And another one ( or 2?) that is not coming to me. I forgot to write yesterday that by going through a tunnel that was about 13 km they hit us up for 42.70€ And that on top of the numerous other tolls during the day. Had lunch at home. Spent the afternoon tracking around the town again. The 3 youngest had another turn at archery. This time was a bit more on their own and they enjoyed that ...
... so we packed a lot in....starting with coffee at an amazing cafe, whose name escapes me right now....the shame!!! By far the best coffee I've had for a really long time, even counting Perth. And the decor was incredible, so lavish, more like a Viennese coffee house, though it was also reminiscent of the Venetian cafés on piazza San Marco. After that we headed to the Egyptian Museum. And here's the thing - this is the biggest collection of Egyptian ...
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