Hotel Pesce d'Oro
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... it in the hight of summer with boats on the lake & all the beautiful people sipping their macchiatos on the tree lined shore. We dropped our beaut little car off the afternoon, safe & sound. It has served us well the little Merc A180. Over 3000km, through all the traffic, tiny little "streets " that were never designed with a car in mind, busy ...
... our train didn't leave for Lucerne until mid-afternoon so we ditched our bags at the train station and wandered about for several hours until it was time to leave.This day was rather sunny and warm.
Overall, we quite liked Como. It wasn't crowded with tourists and we saw some interesting sights and had a semi-relaxing time poking around.
March 27th we left for Lucerne
... lake, we went up the mountain in a funicular to a small mountain village called Pigra (means Lazy) from where we walked mostly downhill to the lake again – officially you climb 90m and you descend about 660m.
Actually I was expecting, and prepared, to walk up onto the ridge above Pigra but we didn’t … (Perhaps another day.)
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... felt very sleepy and quiet. The properties showed that in history there had been a lot of wealth here. After a while exploring the narrow streets we returned to the car park for coffee. After wards Les took a look at the hob, and gave it a good blow out with the compressor to remove all the dust, fluff and dog hairs, after which it worked again. I still can't understand where all this muck ...
We woke up to blue skies and sunshine yet again – I could get used to this. We spent the morning doing a few chores then sitting in the sun with our books; I have to give myself permission to just do that as doing-not-a-lot doesn't come naturally, but we ARE on holiday after all. We’d been spoilt for the last few days, having an unrestricted view of the lake as no-one was ...