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... bugs, but it was still good exercise. That afternoon, we walked down the street to the "Athletic Club," a local community swimming pool, to get some more swim time in for the kids. It didn't have the view of Lake Como like the Belvedere pool did, but it was a fraction of the cost. They also had a foosball table, which was definitely a bonus for Sam Jackson and me.
We were fortunate once again with the weather on our last day in Bellagio, so we hopped ...
... and I had to nurse it home. It had been giving me trouble for 10 days or so and I thought it was my fault for letting the fuel get too low and therefore the dirty stuff at the bottom had upset it. It turned out to be some computerised part that needed to be reset. On Friday we went to Ventimiglia markets. We tried going by car but after going up the mountain to the entrance to the A8 I realised I couldn’t trust it to go all that way so we drove to the ...
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They returned to the hotel room, collected the first aid kit and took it out onto their terrace. The first aid kit had recently been replenished with fresh lemon and chilled tonic water. Battery Boy has taken to putting a tiny mark on the gin bottle to indicate the amount because someone has been enjoying her gin and tonics.
... he said sheepishly.
"Why would you want a food mistress because you couldn't eat anything while your two hundred millimetre telephoto lens was lodged in your throat, honey!"
"Good point, I'm not really hungry either.", he said trying to clear his throat, I think we should just have a plate of salami and local Italian cheeses.
And you thought E. L. James wrote trashy novels. Although Mills and Boon has ...
... we're ready to start exploring, and we make our way down the hill for the 5 minute walk into town, with just a light drizzle falling. We pick up a few mementos of our time here, including a stop at a woodworking studio and shop that the owner tells us has been the family business since 1855, across 5 generations. There seem to be more people around Bellagio today, likely to have come by ferry from other towns along Lake Como for a few hours. We stop for lunch in ...