Ramada Hotel Arcadia
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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Always a bit sad when a great holiday comes to a close. Late start this morning. Boys made breakfast. Today will be a left over day. We should have enough for 3 meals today.
Headed out for one last walk into Bellagio. That involves a climb up a LOT of cobble stone steps and then down the same number of said steps. Of course the return journey is the same way back. ****, I am starting to recognise individual cobble ...
... I dashed in a found a bottle of Gin and then had to wait behind a long queue to check it out. With gin safely tucked in the boot, we hoofed it back to Menaggio for the car ferry.
There was an intense debate as to when the last ferry was due ‘cos if we missed it, it would have been a hour drive around Lake Como at the very least. Again, Lady Luck was in the car with us and the last ferry pulled up after a 10 minute ...
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... plates with handles and then place them inside the heat plates. Once the cheese has melted completely, you pull it out and scoop it into the middle of your plate. Around the cheese you put different foods such as olives, avocado, cherry tomatoes and potatoes. You then eat this food with the melted cheese on top. There were three kinds of cheese: paprika, cracked pepper and normal Swiss cheese. It was so delicious! ...
... 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 ...