Grand Hotel Bristol
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... on the other to La Spezia, from where we turned inland to go through the mountains, eventually turning left at Parma and in to the province of Lombardy. We eventually arrived, and here we are in Como, surrounded by what most guide books would describe as spectacular or breath taking scenery. The town is named after the lake that it sits on, or vice versa, lies in the shadow of The Alps, and is situated at the southern tip of the south-west arm of the lake ...
... Second challenge was in checkin queue. The woman in front had 44kg of luggage and was trying not to pay for it. She had books out, stuff strewn everywhere, suitcase open, in an attempt to decrease weight. But woman behind counter was wise to her and got her to weigh her handbag. The negotiations continued. Saved by the woman on the next counter. And there is another side saga here. . . . ...
... had a bout of bad weather and as we arrived we got a little wet on the short walk to our hostel. We had arrived early and were busting for the loo, both toilets were free but as I walked into the male toilet I was assaulted with another DROP TOILET! Those damn things, I wasn’t gonna be squatting over the bowl like some sort of Neanderthal so I went to the ladies one next door and sat down to do my deed. Some one came knocking, I kinda ******* myself and responded ...
... br> On Thursday we went up another mountain 2000m in a cable car up to an awesome adventure park. They have all sorts of activities up there including Hiking, Mountain Biking, Rock Climbing, Skiing etc. We went on the highest flying fox in Europe which was great fun, although I am still trying to retrieve my jocks from a category 1 wedgie. There was also a 1km long speed toboggan course which was ridiculously fun. The kids went down together first which they enjoyed ...
... there. Before we left for our drive to Stresa, we quickly visited the Piazza Erbe, a bustling market square. People have congregated here since Roman times, fifth century when the square was a forum. The beautiful fountain here has bubbled for 2000 years. In the Middle Ages, there were towers here (now gone) built by noble families. In the 16th century, the nobles showed off with painted palaces. Before getting back on the road ...