Hotel Garni Battello
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Pakistani,Bangladeshi or Africans. Its a sure sign of the decline of the Italian empire when Romans can't be bothered to do the ripping off! They like the colours salmon and yellow for their houses, green or grey shutters. They also have something against Santas as they seem to delight in hanging these inflatable Santas off their windows, roofs etc.
Anyway, thats all for now....
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We had to stop on the way to take the obligatory photos, to prove that we wuz ‘ere. We took photos from the Italian side at a town called Cina before attempting the border crossing.
Drove down the mountain into the Swiss town of Lugano (named after the Lake). Straight away you notice the difference. The streets were wider and the city was more like the northern European ...
... track, the Troika decided to withhold the scheduled €31.5bn bailout disbursement for August 2012; with the message that the transfer awaited reassurance by the first review report of the programme, that Greece had managed to put the bailout plans conditional implementation of measures back on track, and still were committed to follow the agreed path to restore and reform the economy. The subsequent three months were used by the Greek government to negotiate with ...
... exchange my Euros into Francs so we spent a lot of the morning asking for directions to the exchange office - we ended up asking about seven places until we finally found it down a small street. For lunch we went to Coop City, another department store. The restaurant was like a buffet where you got your food and drink but then pay for it before you sit down. After lunch, we went to H&M which was four levels and had ...
... artists. Crossing the Lecco section of the lake we viewed Varenna to the east, Cadenabbia on the western shore looking at villas, gardens and palazzo's. We reached Villa Balbianello, now a part of the Italian Natioal Trust, formerly the home to Italian explorer Guido Monzino. The gardens were impressive (used in the Star Wars movie) as was the collection of books and artefacts he ...