© 2010 Kim Zach opening the wrought iron gate

Villa Mela in Italia

For our lodging in Italy, we decided to rent a villa or apartment rather then stay in a hotel. That way Didger could come with us and not be kenneled. We stayed in the Villa Mela in Tremezzo. It was a very classic setting with old fashion doors and shutters, wrought iron gate at the entrance and a little garden just outside our door. It was lovely. Kiwi and Grapes growing along the walk way to the building. Just a side note for the pure knowledge of learning: Mela in Italian means APPLE. This villa gave us another side adventure to be posted later that has to do with no heat and chilly temperatures.

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