Villa Linda

Address: 22011 Cadenabbia Griante, Cadenabbia di Griante, Lake Como, Lombardy, 22011, Italy | 3 star hotel
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on 22011 Cadenabbia Griante, Cadenabbia di Griante, is near Villa Balbianello, Lake Como, Castello di Vezio, and Teatro Sociale.
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Travel Blogs from Cadenabbia di Griante

Keep on Keepin' on!

A travel blog entry by areifeis on Aug 08, 2014

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... hike ever! They said the rest of the way for us is just paved paths and cobblestones--oye! More cobblestones!!



The day was heating up quickly and as we walked and walked downhill on roads, paths, and yes indeed bloody cobblestones, by 3pm we quickly got hot and slightly bored with it! We found a road that we turned off to head back to our hotel to refresh before tackling another hike!



We decided ...

Milan

A travel blog entry by exoticrhonda on Oct 31, 2013

1 comment, 4 photos

... big attraction was Wifi so I could stalk my children on Facebook. Had a really nice pizza and a lovely red. Can't get over the big chandeliers in small bar/restaurants - they seem so over the top and yet so appropriate!

After Milan, we hopped on a bus to the Lake Como district, where we are staying in the village of Cadenabbia. Apparently, ........ George Clooney stays just down the road for holidays ..... Hmm!
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1690. High up the Valley

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Aug 21, 2013

22 photos

... frigid lake for my daily ceremonial swim. Finally, a bit further, the gorge opens up a bit, and there are big patches of grass interrupting the endless forest. It's quite refreshing to see... it seems like it's been forever since I last saw open space. On this side, again, abandoned stone houses, but on the other side of the river there's a villages that's still inhabited. This is really starting to feel like the Alps that I read about in ...

1689. Many Wrong Turns

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Aug 21, 2013

40 photos

... and rougher until in disappears altogether alongside the river... and I find myself heading back to San Giagomo a third time, feeling quite frustrated with myself. And then, when all seemed hopeless, I spot the markings of the trail Splugenpass trail in between the houses... Yep, it's for real this time... I cross an arch stone bridge, pass a couple of other hikers that confirm, yes, this is the right way and then plunge into the forest once ...

1688. Gateway to the Upper Alps

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Aug 21, 2013

30 photos

... tranquil life here in the Alps, but rather on his own country far away. He's angry at the attacks there have been on Christians lately in Egypt, and directs some of his anger at America. "Why does president Obama support the Muslim Brotherhood? They are attacking Christians and trying to destroy us!" It's interesting that just a few days ago I had a conversation with a Turk who ran a doner shop in Firenze and he said the exact opposite: "Why ...