Regal Hotel and Apartment
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Today was a pack up and quiet day. There was a monster thunder storm overnight and the rain was steady until mid-late morning. We decided to try and see what Raffa was like, it looked interesting from the road that we have frequently used on our way south around the lake. When we got there, we drove straight through, there was a lovely church but apart from that - nothing else....not even a gelataria!! So we headed to Salo instead and parked at ...
The sun was out and the sky was blue when we woke up. We had a leisurely breakfast and I went for a walk. Rather than walking from the villa, I drove down to the town of Gardone Riveria and parked and walked from there down the hill to the lake. It was a great walk and aided by footpaths it was a lot less hairy. I walked down to the main road and headed towards Salo and walked to the ferry departure point at the Grand Hotel. I returned to the car, up ...
... traffic and we went bumper to bumper for the 20kms or so that we needed to travel. We drove on past Gargnano and stopped instead in Maderno for lunch. Unfortunately the lovely little trattoria that we had our eye on said it was too late for lunch so we ended up at a more touristy place but it was good all the same. The boys and Geoff had pasta and I had pizza which was all good. For dinner we headed into Salo where there was supposed to be live music and a bit of a festival along ...
... welcomed us and we were treated with some homemade cheese to start with while we made our decisions. We all had pasta to start, the boys a duck ragout with tagliatelle, Geoff had a ravioli stuffed with cheese and truffles, and I had a rabbit fusilli. They were all superb and completely made on the farm from their produce. The second course was a slow cooked beef for Geoff and I and a pork fillet for the boys to share. They were served with potatoes and semi sundried tomatoes which ...
... We were really impressed with its waterfront castle and architecture, but it was hard to move in the tiny streets and the squares were packed with punters drinking and eating. Also it doesn't really have many waterfront spots. Close, but no spritz from these judges. In 2nd position is the often overlooked Lazise. It has a castle, city walls, narrow picturesque streets and plenty of cafe and restaurant spots overlooking the water. ...