Sport Hotel Alpina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... with basil pesto then Tiramisu, all very nice. Wanting to walk off our big lunch we went to Villa Carolotta which is a beautiful botanical garden and museum. I took lots of pictures but will only include a couple of the best. Now packing up to leave early on the ferry then train tomorrow morning from Menaggio to Varenna to Milan to Verona to go to a live Opera at the Arena tomorrow night! Life is ...
... I thought I would pass on that one. Prada and Miu Miu however, had some great finds. I got a tad overwhelmed and almost walked out without spoiling myself, but as this was going to be my shopping treat, I took a few deep breaths and focused. I picked up a very fun blue leather Miu Miu bag. One I can use everyday if I like. The Prada bags are all so stunning, but either too big or too small, the Miu Miu was just right (yes, you can call me the Goldilocks of handbags!). After ...
... a cool shower before a lovely evening meal (again). Breakfast included homemade butter and fresh milk and cheese. Sunday 31 August, This was our last day of trekking and only a 3 hour downhill stint to a lovely lunch spot overlooking a lake. From here we ambled down to catch the bus into Bolzano. Our Hotel Ferro Via was very central in the main town proper. For our last night together we went to a Brewery Restaurant which was ...
... apartments and other buildings are really more of an eyesore. The cathedral of La Spezia could really be one of the ugliest, our tour guide affectionately referred to it as the wedding cake. Once we arrived in the Cinque Terra National Park we started in La Spezia. Our first experience so far with pickpockets, two women, one who appeared to have a baby, (not sure if it was a doll, or if it was a real baby drugged). The two ...
Our arrival into Italy began in a way in which only the Italians would be proud of - passion and drama. Warwick and I approached the Avis car hire to the loud rants of an Italian man arguing with the man and woman at the counter over his car hire. Thankfully everything appeared to be in order for us and we were soon on our way, (or at least we thought we were). After several laps of the carpark and one wrong turn in the wrong direction we were coasting ...