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Tremezzo vs. Bellagio

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For our trip in July 2014 we are considering staying in Tremezzo rather than Bellagio. We have stayed in the mid-lake area before and this upcoming venture will be a four-night "veg out by the lake" thing...at least we THINK so!!!

I suspect we may get bored after a day or so of vegging out and am wondering if we will regret not being in what I suspect is more lively Bellagio. I am still wondering if we should bag the whole thing a go to Venice instead.

But anyway, Tremezzo vs. Bellagio? Any thoughts. Sure they can be snarky, too.

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