When it became clear that Zane and Arran were going to be okay after their Saturday night food orgy, Bill and I decided to take them for another walk. This time, we walked them down the hill into the town. Zane was feeling very frisky as he pranced along, taking in the sights and sounds of Italy on a Sunday morning. Unfortunately, we had to cut their walk a bit short because I suddenly needed to pee. One thing that Domaso doesn’t seem to have is public restrooms. Yes, we could have stopped into a bar or a cafe and had a drink, but it was still kind of early for that. So we walked the dogs back up the hill. Really, it was a long enough walk for them, anyway.
At lunchtime, we decided to head back to the lake without the dogs. I was going to get my lasagna. I had read that the beach hostel had good lasagna and I knew it offered a prime spot right by the water. We got there a bit early for the lasagna. We were told it wouldn’t be ready until 1:30pm. Or, we could have pizza or a panini. I wanted lasagna, though, and was willing to sit at a table and drink beer until it was available. And that is exactly what I did.
The beach hostel offers two beers on tap. Bill and I enjoyed them both. I commented that the above beer was a bit like sex in a rowboat, though… 😉
The staff at the beach hostel were very friendly during our visit. The hostel was also very kid and dog friendly. One lady brought a hilarious cocker spaniel, who was making the rounds saying hello to everyone, including a nearly identical cocker spaniel who passed by.
Sitting at the hostel, we were able to watch people enjoying the lake. I didn’t see anyone swimming or wading, although I’m sure it’s acceptable. I think the water was still a little cool for that. However, we did see people windsurfing and there were plenty of sunbathers. There were also many small sailboats on the water. I’m sure in a month, people will really be enjoying watersports on the lake.
The above beer was less like sex in a rowboat.
After our second beer, the cute girl who waited on us said it would be another forty minutes for the lasagna. We ordered another round and waited… and finally, it came out piping hot and delicious.
This was worth the trip! Made with bechamel sauce and a light Bolognese sauce, this lasagna really hit the spot.
If you’re in Domaso looking for a laid back hangout that caters to kids and dogs, this is the place.
Bill bought some food at the market, so we had dinner in the apartment on our last evening in Domaso, paired with plenty of wine. We planned an early departure for yesterday, knowing it would take several hours to get back to Germany.