Hotel Villa Paradiso
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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This morning we said goodbye to our beautiful Castle hideaway & hit the Autostrada. First stop was Vicolungo The Style Outlet Shopping Mall to spend the last of those pesky Euro's! Then we thought we would just have a drive around the villages in Lombardy around the lake Lago Maggiore. It was just beautiful. Especially the village if Angera. I could ...
... 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 ...
... that opened my heart and allowed me to truly grasp how lucky and blessed i am. i am so grateful for all i have. i am so grateful for all that has happened to get me here. although i get nervous about things and bad things have happen they happen for a reason. for this. for the beauty of life. words cannot capture the enormity of a moment like this. nor can a photo. a photo only allows you to see it, not feel it. yet i will attempt to describe it. it's as if everything ...
... br> Everywhere you look is beautiful. You literally have to stop and take a breath. When its sunny its just ridiculous, everything lights up.
It's also very cold because I'm surrounded by snowy mountains, which makes a good photo.
I've learnt today that i cannot make coffee using an italian coffee machine. those things are difficult to understand.
Well thats is so far.
Another cold night followed by sunshine.After breakfast we walked for a few kilometres along the shores of the lake. By 9.30 we were on the road, we stopped at one of the lakeside villages. Lazise is one of the old walled places, we entered through an arch in the walls on to cobbled streets that led to a large square which in turn opened out into a small harbour and a promenade along the waters front. ...