Albergo Santa Caterina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the castle, where I stop for coffee. It's very steep and my legs are feeling it. I carry on and eventually come out at tiny little lakeside town. It's a beautiful (though a bit difficult) walk with magnificent views of the lake from up high. More photos. Back down lakeside, I head back towards Varenna. I stop at Hotel Villa Cipressi for late lunch. Spaghetti with duck ragu and porcini mushrooms. ...
... OK, I say, adding in a resigned way that I have two more. (I had one removed in NZ some years ago.)
She says she will give me an injection, and just before she puts it in, asks if I have any allergies. I reply in the negative and away she goes.
And, after the wait for the local to numb my mouth, she removes the tooth. In fact, the only dramatic thing was the dentist’s chairside assistant getting a sore head because she banged it on the X-Ray ...
... platform and it's really quite difficult to get cases up and down. Don't know how the oldies get on. Now there are mountains on the horizon with snow on the top. Beautiful! As we get closer to Milano it has become very flat. There seems to be less horticulture/orchards/vineyards and more green paddocks/crops. Maybe they grow wheat up here? They surely need a lot for all the pasta they eat. Got into Milan on time then found my train to go on to ...
Our last morning in Sardinia was spent on another wander down to the harbour. It obviously deals with a lot of traffic. The size of the cruise ship which arrived overnight dwarfed the car ferries which go to Tasmania. And the ferries here are 1 to 1/2 times the size of the Tasmanian ferries.
We also saw up close a 70 footer catamaran making a certain person very envious.
Packing up we headed to Poetto Beach, about 5 km from the centre of Cagliari. It was interesting to ...
Never been so emotional about a chair by the window! However, from this one, I can see Switzerland, listen to the thunder rolling in, see the wait staff whisk the table cloths from under the wisteria away from impending rain, while listening to the church bells ringing. I'm waving Stephen off on his travels around Lake Como. I too could ...