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... cooled off, and Ali had changed to jeans and a jumper too, but we were pretty much the only ones there, everyone else was inside.
Before we had dinner though, we had time to take the funiculare, (cable car) up to Brunate, a small village about 1600 feet above Como, with views right across the lake and surrounding countryside for miles. There was a light haze that reduced the visibility unfortunately, but not so bad that you couldn't get your five Euros worth, ...
Finalmente! At the lounge. Caught 12.20 bus out to Malpensa. Took 10 minutes to walk to the Metro, catch the train and get on the express bus. So far so good. The bus drives through some awful suburbs. Challenge one. Italian chick for Qatar - and it was my fault for being in the wrong line - tried to tell me I couldn't take my 11kg hand luggage on board. She had to retract when I said I was ...
While upstairs we opened one of the 3 bottles of wine we bought from a servo coming into Italy. 3 for 9 Euro! Bargain. We sipped at that while ******* around in our room ( not literally) and spent the night in the warm comforts of a private bed without the sounds of neighboring snorers.
The next morning the weather actually proved to be formidable. We attempted to venture out and walk around the town but the rain became torrential and us without an ...
Our home this week is just outside of the city centre of Lugano only about 30 minutes drive from Lake Como. Switzerland was a little confusing to begin with, they are not part of the EU, they have their own currency, they have their own power plugs, everyone here speaks Italian, and if they don't speak that, they speak German, and if they don't speak that they speak some other lingo, but fortunately they seem to have a reasonably handle on English too. It is also ...
... contains quite a nice, large cafeteria where you can have a full and healthy meal. You could buy all sorts of other things too such as books, candies, cheeses, sausages, hams, coffees. We boarded the bus and began the fun part of the drive up even more narrow, twisting mountain roads, barely hugging the side of the mountain with views straight down. At Stresa we stayed at the Regina Palace Hotel, which is luxurious and ornate ...