Hotel La Meridiana
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Getting to Menaggio, Lake Como was quite chaotic. I missed London and its use of ATMs at stations. We needed to buy bus tickets after catching 2 trains to get to our hostel but of course needed cash out. I shotgunned minding the bags, so poor Courtney had to run up and down stairs to find an ATM. I mean cash machine. However somehow we made the bus! The bus drive was pretty spectacular, panoramic views of the lake. However the driver was really not ...
... 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.
Final impressions of Italy?
Its a beautiful country full of beautiful buildings, steeped in history so ancient that one ...
... stiff seem to be born 1859. I guess the really old folk are planted elsewhere. Lots of Famiglia this and Famiglia that. Very elaborate headstones. Didn’t really want to take any photos. Seem like an invasion of privacy.
Had lunch in a small cafe off the beaten track. 1 Euro coffees. I thought I asked for a half pizza with proscuito and funghi but ended up ...
... luck in the small villages along the Fiume Adda. But after about 10 Km I saw a small garage that looked open so I stopped.
The guy didn't speak english but we managed with hand signals pointing and showing him that I wanted 10W40. I needed a new speedo cable as well, but he didn't have any for an old Japanese bike. Fair enough, I know roughly how fast I am going.
... I do need to keep a good pace... I do NOT want to camp out at the top of Splugenpass! Right now I'm crossing my last Italian commune: Madessimo. Madessimo proper is actually way at the top of that cliff somewhere. I could've gone that route and entered Switzerland that way, but that would've meant following a busy road, rather than a quiet trail, so I opted the trail route. I'll still be able to "count" Madessimo as a "parkbenched town", as I should come across ...