Hotel Al Boccalino
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Close to train station. Comfortable rooms, great food. Quiet, away from the hustle and bustle of downtown Lugano
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... Early start tomorrow. Chris and I off to Malpensa airport in Milan. Chris flying to England, me home. Deb, Matt and Jen are driving to Brussels for a few days. After that, the girls are heading back home. Everyone is returning in drips and drabs but all should be back in Australia by June.
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That’s all for now so I can get into my G & T. Matt and Jenny are making Pizzas. They have started started from scratch, making the dough and so on. It should be good.
PS - in reply to Lorena's question about the Aussie flag, I don't know. I came across this tattered old Aussie flag n a random flagpole in Bellagio.
... a new government supporting a continued adherence to the main principles outlined by the signed bailout plan. The new government however immediately asked its creditors, due to a delayed reform schedule and a worsened economic recession, to be granted an extended deadline from 2015 to 2017 before being required to restore the budget into a self-financed situation; which in effect was equal to a request for the Troika to pay two more years of additional funds in the form of ...
... with the next family members. When we got to Tirano we were picked up by Arianna, the daughter of the couple we are staying with who lives in the same building as her. For dinner we had amazing aubergine parmigiano! For dessert we had 15 year old local cheese pared with local wine and dates. I also tried persimmon for the first time. Looking forward to experiencing Poschiavo tomorrow - the town where Char's family is ...
... tax on the house which the Government recently doubled - and that is in addition to paying rates: eeek. He also told us that school kids go to school in Italy every day except Sunday but they finish at 1.30pm every day - although apparently this is starting to change in parts of Italy.
We went for dinner at the Hotel Titus up the road from the B&B. Tino our B&B owner had told me it did everything except pizza. That was sort of true but not quite. The menu ...