Holiday Inn Lugano Centre
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- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Travel Blogs from Lugano
... arrived from nowhere, and another jug of warmed milk. The Italians do know how to brew a good coffee. Even Connor has been enjoying a brew or two while here in Europe. This morning he decided to have a cappuccino, and later, at morning tea, an iced coffee (which turned out to be less with the ice cream and ice, and more of the 'made with cold water'. Its all an experience!!)
WE decided to drive to Bellagio (if you are looking at the map of Lake Como you will see that ...
... they would move to virtual accounts and will cut off some paperwork.
Apart from eating non-stop, we did have a lot of learning because we met many stakeholders who gave us a deep guide to BCD travel and its functions. Not only that, we got to work together on a project and learn from each other. I already knew HR in BCD does a superb job but after hearing to Christian Dahl ...
Having explored the town on Tuesday afternoon we decided to have a lazy day around the pool today, have a few beers and soak up some of the afternoon sun. We met some girls from Lucerne that gave us a few tips for France before having a feed, some Swiss ice cream and settling in for our last night in Switzerland. 12 days has gone very fast but has been action packed and a time I'll never forget. Thanks ...
This blog should have been about our trip on the Berina Express into Italy and then across to Lugano however due a timing mix up by me we missed the Berina Express. We did however take an alternate route through another valley which ended up being quicker and just as nice. We arrived in Lugano ...
Chris decided that we should drive over the mountains to Switzerland. To do this, we had to take the car ferry to Menaggio, drive over the mountains, drive through some really long tunnels past really lax disinterested Italian border guards to the other side maintained by equally lax and bored Swiss border guards! I tell you what, if I was Pope Frankie and I was being guarded by the Swiss guards dressed in yellow and black lederhosen, I ...