Hotel Tre Re
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Tre Re Como
Great position, very close to the lake and Como Lago Nord. But bed and pillows are like bricks, so ask to change for softer ones - they changed mine with no problems.
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... unreal, sun is fierce and not a breath of wind. Afternoons on the balcony are the order of the day, listening to all the birds shouting at each other and arguing over bread dropped on the floor at the cafe by the lake.
Only downside is having to wait until 7 till the restaurants open. Not easy for two gluttons like us. Had a rubbish meal first night too which is enough to put us in a bad mood for about a week. Italy almost done. ...
... was "Hotel Bernina"
This is a simple hotel, with simple rooms, with a simple breakfast, that will do job.
If you want a pool, a breakfast with 3 miles and a runaway to put the car...this is not what you are looking for.
to be continued...
... villas on the shore, including George Clooney's (he wasn't home at the time).
Bellagio was a pretty hill side town with good restaurants and shops. It was a bit touristy but still pleasant.
We took the hydrofoil back and later enjoyed another fine meal, this time at Osteria L'Angolo del Silenzo. The menu was traditional Italian but regional and of course we had to try the wild boar and the porcini.
Wednesday was a sunny day and we decided to walk ...
Not satisfied with our soggy boating of yesterday, we decided to accept an invitation to visit & boat on Lake Como today. The invitation came from our 'host' Pietro, the man with whom our travel agent coordinated & located the villa in which we are staying at Lake Maggiorre. A young and extremely enterprising guy, he is based out of L.A. when not in Italy. His father was a cook at the Vatican & his mother, a server. As he tells it, while being shuttled between Italy & the ...
... under umbrellas. Fairly typical of Italian Piazzas. There were a couple of buildings that looked older than the rest. They were built of red bricks laid at angles that created a zig zag pattern up the walls and had old grey flat tile roofs. Anita noted that there didn't seem to be any concern with using straight lines when building. Balconies happily sloped from one side to the other, walls were not only not at right angle to ...