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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... for the departure. To use an old cliché, you don't realise how much you've got, until you move, but can anyone answer this.
Because we'll be back here next year, and in the same place, some friends very kindly offered to look after anything we wanted to leave behind. Great! No point in bringing all those summer clothes and beach towels etc. back, to put them away and only get them out again to bring back here is there? This meant that one of the two ...
... Second challenge was in checkin queue. The woman in front had 44kg of luggage and was trying not to pay for it. She had books out, stuff strewn everywhere, suitcase open, in an attempt to decrease weight. But woman behind counter was wise to her and got her to weigh her handbag. The negotiations continued. Saved by the woman on the next counter. And there is another side saga here. . . . ...
... mountains. Looking at the mountains with their huge houses on them undoubtedly owned by rich folk. We had a kebab for lunch and were harassed by little sparrows while eating. One of which was brave enough to go for it while it was in my hand. Cheeky *******.
We waited for the bus in the hostel waiting room and perused the Busabout handbook to decide what it is we were doing in Lauterbrunnen.
One thing was for certain. It was going to be a very exciting couple of ...
... again equally busy. I think all 80,000 Lugano'ites turned up for lunch and this time it had a distictly German feel with umpa bands, sourkraut and a range of other not so appetising foods on offer. The kids had been nagging us and we gave in to them and walked into the most expensive Burger King store in the world. $60 for 3 whopper meals - I must say they tasted pretty good though. We then hired a pedal boat and nearly had a run in with a Ferry as I was providing ...
... life, the olive trees, grape vines, cypresses - lots of bloom. We enjoyed seeing this charming scenic town, walked down to the lakeside, and wondered through the many shops around the cobblestoned city square. We did some Christmas shopping while in Locarno. The Swiss Frank is used for currency in Locarno and some shops only give back change in Swiss Franks in lieu of Euros. Upon our return to Stresa, we had lunch at a small outdoor cafe named Restorante Caffe Torino, a favorite ...