Ramada Hotel Arcadia
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... a Laziale, a fan of Roma's biggest rival Lazio, and he knew the old boy had gone to the game, and was a Romanista for the evening. He took more pelters, when he went to buy his bus ticket at an Edicola, a newsagents, as not surprisingly, the people at the news stand were discussing the game, and Ali revealed he was there. They too were Laziale. Fabrizio later explained, that when Roma lose, everybody is magically a supporter of one of their rivals, like Lazio or ...
... hadn't realised when we stopped in Bellinzona last night that it is a Unesco World Heritage listed site, as it has 3 magnificent castles built in the 13th, 14th & 15th centuries and surrounded by a high city wall, and then surprisingly the weekend was also Unesco 'open house' weekend, so all buildings were open and free to the public.
... town to town. We first went to Varenna and walked around. Then back to Bellagio for lunch on the lake. Then to Managgio and back again to Bellagio. It's all very beautiful here and we are just taking the opportunity to relax. We will use our balcony this evening for gazing into Lake Como and then tomorrow we make the trek to Strasbourg. Ciao ...
... had a bout of bad weather and as we arrived we got a little wet on the short walk to our hostel. We had arrived early and were busting for the loo, both toilets were free but as I walked into the male toilet I was assaulted with another DROP TOILET! Those damn things, I wasn’t gonna be squatting over the bowl like some sort of Neanderthal so I went to the ladies one next door and sat down to do my deed. Some one came knocking, I kinda ******* myself and responded ...
... and then took a side path that opened onto the dramatic entrance to the castle….in a huge tall solid stone wall. A plaque at the entrance cited an architect for an award for his innovative and elegant restoration and re-imagining of the utility of the castle in a modern society. The elevator deposited us at the base of a stone paved walkway which led to a large grassed area forming the interior of the castle walls. The vistas were indescribable- the ...