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... But aside from taking stick on behalf of a team he doesn't support, it was a good couple of days, and the weather was superb, with clear blue skies and still in the late twenties. Lovely.
Anyway, after we'd been out for a meal one evening with some friends, and said the rest of our goodbyes over the last couple of days, we finally left Lucca this morning, following the Autostrada across to Viareggio. Then along the coast with sea on one side and the Alpi ...
We're on our way to Italy for the next month and stopped for the night in Bellinzona in the Swiss Alps, we are only an half hours drive from Lake Lugano which we'll visit tomorrow. The first snow of the year fell last night, but I don't think anyone here gets to excited about it, as most of the hotels seem to be closed until the 4th December!
Our hotel served a wonderful breakfast buffet with the gorgeous view of the lake. The lake was cut by a glacier and is 1200 feet deep. It's a beautiful teal blue color and there are swans and ducks all around. We caught the 10 am shuttle into Bellagio central and bought a "hop-on-hop-off" ticket for the ferries that constantly cross cross the ...
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 ...
... of the most tricky and disheartening legs.
Leaving Como also meant leaving Italy, and we passed through a border post situated in the middle of a suburban high street; a bit like having a border control halfway down Stirchley High Street. Geographically, Italy and Switzerland seem intertwined in this neck of the mountains.
Perhaps it was the heat, or the confusion of language in Switzerland. We were unable to find a motorway pass, and I left behind our petrol cap at ...