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... sale! We caught the bus back home and finally managed to find the house haha. It's so cool to see the different ticketing systems used on the buses in different countries! When we got home we packed our suitcases again ready for us to take in the morning and then it was happy hour once again. For dinner we had a traditional Swiss dinner called cheese raclette which is similar to fondue. You put Swiss cheese on ...
... I could cook... so there we go again, Pasta or pizza... clearly I will be happy in Belgium to eat some more vegetables!
The bus #3 takes you all the way up to the old city centre, Cittą Alta, a lovely place with little old streets, churches, public squares with fountains. I just walked around, looking and enjoying, beautiful views since this part of the city is on the top, another top then the one of the Hostel, ...
... the Minis. Fortunately the towns were all lined up along a long valley, a hollow which I presumed led to the great lakes. This would get me closer to Milan and so with a clear road ahead I started to get the legs pumping. There was no time for rest stops and I was now starting to average about 17mph.
When I reached Lake Mergazzo I knew I was making up time. Half an hour later I entered Baveno, a town which became more and more familiar. I ...