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This morning we all had a big sleep in until 8am (shock & awe)!! It was about 10am when we drove out over the eastern hills to Stresa, on the western edge of Lake Maggiore. Again we boldly followed our car's satnav (who I call Doris because of her accent) but this time she led to the centre of town through a walled lane that gave us 1-2 cm clearance either side of the car. At least this time we were going in the correct direction on the ...
We had breakfast out before we took a ferry across the lake to Pella on the western shore. After exploring the streets for a while, we were ferried back to the island in the middle of the lake, Isola San Giulio. Here the old buildings were immaculately preserved but the centre piece was the church. Its origins date back to 1023AD, but more recent ...
... Di Roveri to meet up with the others. Attila, Mattia, Ezio and Juilia. Plus Davide, Simone and I.
We took 2 cars and stopped for breakfast at Autogrill on the way.
In total, it took us 2 hours to drive to Sesia. When we got out of the car, it. was. freezing. WOW!
I was wearing trackies and a hoodie but it felt like I was wearing short shorts and a singlet! I tried to stand in the sun. Fortunately, as the time passed, it grew warmer! :) ...
For two seconds we discussed the merits of driving an extra 2 hours today. The wriggly road won the day so we left Lausanne about 9am and drove past Montreaux and Brig to climb the Furka Pass. My words cannot fully explain the scenery we enjoyed so you'll have to see the photos attached. The weather was superb today so the photo opportunities were almost limitless. After the Furka we headed south towards Lake Maggiore which was ...
... becomes more of a marvel.
I left Biella yesterday for the first time. All by myself. On a train. The key thing to remember is 'Don't Stress, Don't Panic' and all will be good and dandy.
I met with Ellen at the station with the australian way of finding someone-stick your hand up and start yelling- it worked wonders.
It was beautiful in Milano, very big, very elaborate. Especially the Duomo! The only way i can describe it is very pointy.