Hotel Castello Dal Pozzo
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... Like I said to Simon Hemsley, the water colours - a bit smudgy, the oils OK but the mix media - ****. Still it was pretty interesting.
Then we tried to do some Swiss shopping and really only managed to get some chocolate, which will be mutely enjoyed. Tried some Swiss watches but decided to leave it as I have already bought a 5 Euro watch at the Bologna markets from a certified Bangladeshi watch maker.
... improvements through expenditure reductions, revenue hikes or increased amount of privatizations. Due to an improved outlook for the Greek economy, with return of a government structural surplus in 2012, return of real GDP growth in 2014, and a decline of the unemployment rate in 2015, it was possible for the Greek government to return to the bond market during the course of 2014 - for the purpose to fully fund its new extra financing gaps by ...
... cancer rate of 1.3 per 100,000 children in 2005 based on official cancer cases. As a point of comparison, thyroid cancer incidence rates after the Chernobyl accident of 1986 did not begin to increase above the prior baseline value of about 0.7 cases per 100,000 people per year, until 1989 to 1991, 3 to 5 years after the accident in both the adolescent and children age groups, therefore data from Chernobyl suggests that an increase in thyroid cancer around Fukushima is ...
What a really pretty little spot. After the trials and tribulations of Milan, this place was an absolute little treasure. Today we got up early after a fantastic dinner last night and we made our way to three of the islands in the lake (Lake Maggiore) just next to Stresa. The first island was Isola bella (beautiful island) and it is quite true to name. The island was owned and developed by the Borromeo family. This family has ...
We started our morning with a stroll back into the city centre, and we asked at the tourist information office about the best ways to explore the lake. We were advised to take buses up the coast, mostly because the only ferry running was one you have to stay indoors in, so we wouldn't get the scenic views that we would on the roads.
On that advice, we walked to the bus station and bought tickets for the bus up the western coast ...