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... Nice town but not as good as the others. I've got about a million photos of the day. Unfortunately it's quite hazy so they won't show how beautiful this region is. Finally I go back to Varenna. This (for me) is definitely the best town. It's smaller and I love it. My BnB is in the square but the top floor balcony has beautiful views over the lake. I'm tired so have an early night. Just snack on ...
... she did give me a bill / receipt too.
I head to the door, and after some grappling with the pushing / pulling & finally finding the release button, I’m out. And I’m on my bike and away home, back before the hour I’d planned to be away was up.
At home I scan & translate (yes, Google again) the paper they gave me. Besides suggesting ice and not brushing, it also suggest I smoke less and avoid alcoholic drinks for 4-5 days. I ...
I'm on the move again today. Metro to Termini train station and fast train to Milan at 11am. Takes 3 hours. Speeds of around 248 kms an hour. My ears keep popping when we go through the tunnels. The terrain is very similar to down south. Rolling hills etc., with flat plains in between. I can't see so many olive trees though and there's a lot more grape vines. It still all looks very beautiful. Can't say for sure but the soil looks a lot more sandier than ...
I was thinking today, as you do, that it's been at least eleven and a half weeks since I unblocked a toilet pan with a large rubber plunger after I have … ahhh, you know, been. (Yep, I’ve been in Italy for that long. It seemed a common occurrence in ...
... at* Tetris.
Feeling a little peckish, we looked up where an eatin' place that our in-flight magazine of our earlier flight had recommended, then caught the Metro there. Rising up the escalator to the street level we found ourselves in what appeared to be the Detroit (or Corio - for those playing at home) of Milan. We were surrounded by high density housing, graffiti, youths, riff raff, old men, fences, and even people smoking cigarettes. Not phasing us we continued on to ...