Hotel Belvedere-San Gottardo
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nice, too old
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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 ...
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This proposed restructure of all Greek public debt held ...
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... over the lake. The path then gradually wound down, via shady terraces overshadowed by some of those huge trees; even so, the heat got to us so we cooled off with an ice cream, then went into Verbania to do some food shopping.
The traffic on the lake road was really busy so we went up into the hills to bypass it and returned to the site to find MORE people near us; we had ...