Lo Scoiattolo E La Noce
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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The next day, we go back in to town, The WAG stands outside the shop with the books hanging up in the rack and finds a nice mint copy, not only in English, but in a clear plastic bag too. As it was also Sellotaped to the rack, and needed unsticking to free it, this was obviously the display one, and not usually for sale. Now, it just so happened that our arrival at the shop, coincided with a busy period, and when we about to go in and just tell ...
... Second challenge was in checkin queue. The woman in front had 44kg of luggage and was trying not to pay for it. She had books out, stuff strewn everywhere, suitcase open, in an attempt to decrease weight. But woman behind counter was wise to her and got her to weigh her handbag. The negotiations continued. Saved by the woman on the next counter. And there is another side saga here. . . . ...
... solace I have is that as we left I hope when I slammed that door as loud as I could it woke him up.
The bus ride out of Nice was good and we drove out of France and into Italy where we would be spending a few nights in Lake Como. Lake Como is an Italian holiday destination, (George Clooney ahs 2 separate houses along the shore line and Cher owns one too apparently) its situated up in the Italian alps and the views would be incredible in the sunshine of summer. ...
... festivals, with the 3 day Autumn Festival starting on the day we arrived. We went into the city centre for dinner on Saturday and the place was heaving with bands playing, people eating out everywhere, pop up bars and restaurants all through the main plaza's etc. The boys loved it, but not as much as the girls who had another late night out ending up in a dodgy nite club called Choco-Late. A very clever name that one.
We went back in on Sunday for lunch and ...
... Our time in Stresa had been something of an up and down experience, which had an odd, strange quality to it. It was the worry and the heat and the uncertainty, but it had all ended well and we were, once again, back on the road, able to look forward to the closing stages of our great adventure. A sort of Stresa Front in reverse, if you see what I mean.
Beers had : Heineken, but it really was very good.
And something else at the expensive hotel that I was too upset to register.