Hotel Lago Di Lugano
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... that regional train! Sweat is pouring from us we are getting cranky so I decide to one more time ask the guys at the door, when he smuggly says in Italian " hehe, Ma voi andare a Stressa? Mi sempre un po' Stressata! " I respond " si sono stressata perché voi non me poi dire dove devo andare! "
Gabriel did jokingly say we are going to Stresa to destressa! Haha.
Once on the non airconditoned train some of us stand some find seats we are ...
... storey cellar - with a table set for Romeo and Juliet. A great wedding and some very emotional speeches left no dry eyes.
Many of you know that I tested the French Hospital system last year when I had my gall bladder removed, there is a link below
Hospital visit for me
Well Allen was a day late to go to my favourite French hospital in Aix-en-Provence, but he managed a couple of nights in Princess Grace Hospital ...
... and had lunch. We then went on a hunt to find the gelato store that served the biggest scoops. Satisfied with our adventures of the day we decided to catch the ferry to a small town called Lenno, where we had a refreshing dip in the lake and then returned to the hotel. We finished the day off with a nice dinner and more dessert, went for a short walk to try and make ourselves feel less guilty for eating 'that last piece of cake' and then hit the sack. Another beautiful day brought to an ...
... highlighted some of the more subtle features our untrained eyes were likely to have missed. With half a day of musuem and art inspections behind us, we were keen for ice cream, pausing briefly to consider skipping lunch altogether. Eventually our common sense got the better of us and we munched on a panini first before stopping off at an ice cream shop we'd spotted earlier. We were on the money. We all agreed it was the best ice cream combination we'd ever ...
... is located at the center Lake Como on a little peninsula. All of the towns are similar with a Medieval feeling, cobblestone streets, small souvenir and gelato shops, and typically a town square with a church equipped with bell tower. We toured around and decided to meet back in a few hours for lunch. Tanya and I walked with a small group of our friends from west side of the penninsula to the east side, taking photos of the quaint town all ...