- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
Travel Blogs from Baveno
... but happily I do move on pretty quickly.
David and I talked and looked into coming home maybe a few days to a week earlier, as we didn't give enough thought to the jet lag issue (was really bad when we returned from Vietnam last year). As it is now we only have 4 days at home before we return to work. Unfortunately it will cost well over $1000 each to do this, so that won't be an option. Doesn't matter; we will just be tired.
We enjoyed a nice ...
... vocabulary from our bus driver. The lady sitting next to me captured the essence of the journey when she turned to me after some clunky attempts at communication about our predicament and said ' Italy is complicado e molto bella' Exactly! Once in Como we got our bearings and morning coffee, walked into the square and viewed the gorgeous cathedral. By then it was time for ...
... at a most inopportune moment. When we arrived in Como, even I needed a strong drink. Como was very busy with people out shopping. Lisa and Ruth found all the jewellery shops - we also frequented a few makeup and granita shops. We had a lovely afternoon wandering in the sun. We made it home for bourbon and Prosecco in the setting ...
... from the earpieces you wear for all tours these days. The cord to Mike's earpiece got ripped out altogether, destroying the bit that goes in your ear. It fell in pieces across a beautiful mosaic floor in the palazzo, leaving part of it still in his ear. First the pain hit his face, then a shocked look as he thought he had gone deaf because he couldn't hear due to the little piece still being in his ear.
I know I should have ...
Close to the shore, several small local restaurants provided meals such as the catch of the day or a variety of Italian food such as pizza! Glancing around me, it was now becoming evident that the traditional fishing occupation still existed on this tiny island and that it wore its name "Fishermen’s Island" perfectly well even though tourism had become a daily part of ...