Hotel Milano Salice Terme
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Another great breakfast- cereal, home made croissant and toast with meat and cheese. Plus boiled eggs and sweet stuff that I didn't eat. Good unsweetened yoghurt. Still raining.. Was going to head to Cinque Terre but it's raining there too so decided to stop on way at Genoa. Wasn't on my list but looks like it might be interesting and more to do in the wet. All the rivers swollen- heavy rain looks set in for couple days. Train to Milan ...
... five cities(cinque terre) that sit atop the hillsides and are connected by ferry, rail or foot. Marianne and Natalie traversed all the way from one end to the other ( 5 hours) and took the train back to the starting point. We're of a certain vintage( I like to think of us as a good wine ) that the ferry was a good manner to get to each village, which we did. My favorite was the most distant city of Porto Venere, where we enjoyed a glass ...
... a wedding party at the hotel so had a déjà vu moment, and enjoyed their music. The next day, Bobbie , John and Marilyn toured the lake while I slept off a cold . They visited two other towns on the lake, Bellaggio and Menngio. The weather was. warm, and the region which is famous for its silk was the source of more baggage . That evening the ladies had arranged ...
... back. Roads of the city. At night time we went to Monaco we were on the road where grace Kelly was killed, then on the same road that the formula one race car event then we went to the village of Eze very quaint but it's a climb to the top but beautiful once you get there everybody was happy going down then we had dinner we had about 4 things to choose from but they all came with green beans and ...
... City of Verona, so we all piled on to a train for a wonderful afternoon exploring this mediaeval town, and an even better evening enjoying the opera "La Triviatta" in a 2,000 year old colisseum which is still in use and in fabulous shape. I'm not a big opera fan, but the production and ambiance was incredible, and the feeling of being part of a 3,000 year old history definitely enhanced the experience!!
The Dolomites next. I think I'm ready. Bring 'em on!!