Crowne Plaza Milan - Malpensa Airport
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... still holds many mysteries for me, but there is one thing that is immediately obvious: their hospitality. In the street, strangers will rarely acknowledge your existence, but if they know you, they will bend over backwards to do absolutely anything for you, no matter the imposition to themselves. They gladly open their homes and rearrange their lives to accommodate family, friends, or even friends of family. The lengths they will go to knows no ...
... level and walk over the bridge to the other side of the stream. There is a road (a series of steps) going up called Via Di Castello (Castle Road). Excellent. Off we go, up and up and up and up. The steps twist around and get steeper. We have gone a long way up and seem no sign of the castle. Eventually, the girls sit and wait and Michael heads on further to see if he can find it. The track deteriorates. The cobble steps give way to very rough ...
We drove to Bellagio and then took the ferry to Varrena with the intention of eating lunch then travelling on to Piona to see an abbey. Just opposite the parking station was the Villa Monastera which has a beautiful botanic garden. We decided to look around the garden. They were lovely with an amazing array of plants from all over the world and the unexpected bonus was that the Villa was open for viewing. In the literature that Roger had seen the villa was only open for ...
... village is, well, a village. Much like the others we have seen but actually quite flat - a rarity in these areas. The reindeer and wild boar here for the tourists was quite interesting. Just the two of us on the way down. We find the girls and the funeral has finally finished, but they did have to overstay their time in the carpark while waiting for the hearse to move. Back home via the car ferry and Bellagio again where we enjoy a dinner of cheese, salami, bread, olives etc. and ...
... and checked out of our hotel, the spacious Holiday Inn Lugano Center and headed out for adventure. The Holiday Inn was a really nice property that we booked on a crazy 24-hour sale and got an unbeatable rate. It was in a really nice location near the lake in Lugano, but also close to the motorway. It was, in fact one block away from the Monte San Salvatore funicular, which, much to my shock and dismay, was closed for the winter until mid-March. ...