Red's Redaelli Hotel

Address: Via Don Rinaldo Beretta, 24, Barzanò, Lombardy, 23891, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Via Don Rinaldo Beretta, 24, Barzanò, is near Casa di Alessandro Manzoni and Chiesa di San Gregorio.
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    Canoeing on the lake

    A travel blog entry by johncowell on Aug 07, 2015

    Today Ruth and I took a canoe on the lake. We wanted to explore it more close to the coast. It was great fun apart from the burden on your shoulders. After an hour of paddling, our shoulders and forearms were worn out. We then had a relaxing afternoon by the pool, followed by a last supper at home before moving on to ...

    Bellagio by lake and Como by road

    A travel blog entry by johncowell on Aug 06, 2015

    4 photos

    Been very busy last couple of days - just had time to catch up and I am a few days behind. We drove up to the local car ferry in Trezzamo The ferry was quick, we drove on and sat on the top deck for 10 minutes. When we arrived in Bellagio we had a lovely relaxing look round and a little shopping trip. We sat in the Hotel Du Lac ...

    Messing about on the lake.

    A travel blog entry by johncowell on Aug 05, 2015

    5 photos

    ... East on the lake. I was desperate to see the Villa used to film the end scene from Casio Royale. Check out. ct/villa-la-gaeta-san-siro-lake-como-it aly. It was quite Bond Esq to approach it from the lake. From the Villa, Lisa ' the speed demon' took over the helm and we zoomed across the lake. We cut across the middle of lake with Lisa pushing the boat to full speed. We arrived at the east ...

    Lakes, Lunches, Ferries and Trains

    A travel blog entry by sntj on Aug 20, 2013

    4 comments, 30 photos

    ... city in the 1st Century BC. For one reason or another [but probably because neither side deemed it sufficiently strategic to defend or attack], Bergamo came through WWII relatively unscathed, so many of its historic buildings have survived. The Caffe del Tasso in the main city square, Piazza Vecchia, gets a mention in our "foodie bible" so we just had to give it a try. Top marks, Mr Plotkin – the Ravioli Casoncilli alla ...

    The Last Supper

    A travel blog entry by cncadventures on Sep 04, 2012

    33 photos

    ... and walk home the streets are filled with people doing their evening passagieta and enjoying the evening. We have had a full day and are ready to just get our feet off the ground. CNC "There is no happiness for the person who does not travel. For Indra is the friend of the traveler, therefore wander. - Brahmann Expenses 4E-Risorgimento Museum 16E- The Last Supper, pre-paid 6E-Sforza Castle 5E-2 gelatos 18.25E- pasta dinners and wine at Ciao 66E-Eurohotel Miles Walked - 10.25 ...