Hotel Del Parco
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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 ...
... and I chatting while sh headed to reception to organise a room change. Their room had no air-conditioning. After 30 minutes, joan had not returned so Bill and I went looking. We found Joan chatting to an Australian couple in the library. It turned out that Lindsay and Sharon from Queensland were on our tour. We sat and chatted for two hours until joined by ...
... formal botanical gardens of Isola Madre are also beautiful and a lovely green space to wander around, avoiding the flag wielding tour groups being herded through the rooms and gardens like obedient sheep. (It's not yet holiday season here and already the crowds are beginning to assemble.)
There are plenty of opportunities to explore the lake and some of its enchanting lakeside villages by both bus and ferry boat. We caught the ...
... at a cable
car station which goes up to the village. No, we weren’t going to cheat and do the easy route up – after all, the cable car appeared to be just a rotting wooden tea tray on a dodgy wire – we were definitely going to walk! 30 metres on we then spotted the real cable car – no we’re still going to walk!
It was a steep hike up and we were kindly guided by a black and white ...