Carlton Hotel Baglioni
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Gelati (plural of gelato) I have talked about before on 29/4/2015.
However, I read today that:
- Gelati are NOT the same as ice-cream. And
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... about where to park and how to get into town, when Miryam asks if we are taking a day trip somewhere. On the long flight I had been reading my Italian guidebook, and my brain lights up. It had mentioned that Lake Maggiore and Stresa make a great day trip, being only an hour and fifteen minutes from MXP, which is almost as close as driving to the city centre. Brilliant! Thank you Miryam for your observation.
Not wishing to lash out for a GPS, which costs around US$ 12 a ...
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But, to misquote a ...
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