Palazzo del Gabelliere
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We all had a very restful sleep after our previous day's adventure! Breakfast was served to us by Guiseppe the owner of the Hotel la Fontana. He's a lovely, friendly helpful man who takes care of us and even kisses the girls buon giorno in the morning haha.
The hotel is boutique style, very European and really nice.
Today the 11 of us have decided to go to Intra to the all day markets.
We buy return tickets for €12.40 each and board the boat on Lago Maggiore ...
... changes today ...fun fun well done the first ...more amazing scenery and then jump on e second ...pretty damn fancy ...big area upstairs for a bevy or two. But it's so hot up there .very warm day here in the alp ...might have to go to the snow tomoz. The trains aren't designed for over 30 degree days !! They say it's rare today ...but it's getting hotter as the week goes on !! Not complaining !! I manage to get to ...
... tonight "Fondue dinner experience" - walked from the hotel up the road to our restaurant, first course was a melted cheese, this was quite salty, second course was veal & beef, with chips or rice and a heap of condiments, this lead to the third course and this was chocolate with fresh fruit pieces, lovely.
Back to the hotel and an early night, it's bugger when you can lie in your bed and gaze up at the Matterhorn
... ever seeing such a variety of plants in such a healthy condition except at Kew Gardens. The layout is very formal, but there are statues dotted about everywhere and it was extremely picturesque –bright blue skies, green, green plants, grey statuary, flowers of every hue, and just to top it off, white peacocks wandering about.
2 of the males were real showoffs, and displayed their huge tails ...
... quiet little town and typical to what I thought an Italian village would be like. We hiked through the streets and we stopped at a stand where I bought a hand-carved wood cross. We go around a bend and there is the church.
It was one of those moments where you stand and go "Oh, ok, I wasn't expecting that...". We walk in and my eyes go straight toward the ceiling which seems to be 1,000 feet high. ...