Hotel Europa Novara
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... place we see! Haha.
The waiter arrives and takes our order. I order 12 slices of pizza thinking that they were small slices but instead huge pizza slices arrive and even though we first thought we would struggle to eat them we finished them off.
Tummies full we make our way to the platform where we want to catch the train to Stresa. Well what an ordeal that was! Michael had purchased regional train tickets which cost €8.50 ...
... was another highlight
Time visiting old friends Geraldine, Ronald and Charlie is always a highlight - we thought at one stage we may even get to meet the new baby but no.
It was also great to visit Frankie and Richard and their new super house in the Pyrenees....we now understand.
I must mention HiHo the mighty Pug 308 - smaller but nippier than our normal 3008 and I was very pleased to have it when I managed the ...
... it got too hot. We managed to negotiate the old town maze with many one way streets and many other closed to all except taxis/ buses. We quickly found it is a beautiful city and we walked past Juliet's House and a few of the other local attractions. After a hydration stop, we headed off and did our last lot of washing....home early afternoon for a relaxing time around the hotel.
Yesterday we decided to again head off ...
Our second full day in Milan. The beginning of the working week for the locals and you can see the flow of people heading to work. Lots of blue suits and blue or white shirts. It appears that blue is "in" for office workers . All shades of blue - very Italian - I think I like this trend! Our day starts at 8.30 am with a coffee and pastry at a little breakfast bar in one of the little side streets before we commence our exploration of ...
... is in pretty sad shape, overgrown with weeds. As I sit on a bench to play some music, an older fellow joins me and bemoans the state of the castle "Once they let weeds grow in it, those weeds start slowly tearing the brick apart, eventually destroying our historical heritage" His attention turns towards my guitar. "I'm starting to learn guitar... could I buy this one from you?" he asks after giving it a try. As much as I'd like to encourage an aspiring ...