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This morning we said goodbye to our beautiful Castle hideaway & hit the Autostrada. First stop was Vicolungo The Style Outlet Shopping Mall to spend the last of those pesky Euro's! Then we thought we would just have a drive around the villages in Lombardy around the lake Lago Maggiore. It was just beautiful. Especially the village if Angera. I could ...
... our train didn't leave for Lucerne until mid-afternoon so we ditched our bags at the train station and wandered about for several hours until it was time to leave.This day was rather sunny and warm.
Overall, we quite liked Como. It wasn't crowded with tourists and we saw some interesting sights and had a semi-relaxing time poking around.
March 27th we left for Lucerne
... lake, we went up the mountain in a funicular to a small mountain village called Pigra (means Lazy) from where we walked mostly downhill to the lake again – officially you climb 90m and you descend about 660m.
Actually I was expecting, and prepared, to walk up onto the ridge above Pigra but we didn’t … (Perhaps another day.)
The sky ...
... We set off for Lake Como, our next stop, this is the most spectacular and least visited of the Italian Lakes, set in the shadow of the snow covered Rhaetian Alps. The first part of the journey was on the motorway, still passing mile after mile of vineyards, occasionally there were some large stables with lots of horses in paddocks. After leaving the motorway the road to the lake was slow and ...
In April 1935, the leaders of Great Britain, France and Italy met at Stresa to renew the vows made ten years earlier at Locarno. But ten years after the Locarno Pact, Europe was a vastly different place, and sadly the Locarno agreement was already dead and buried. The impact of the Great Depression from 1929 and Hitler's seizure of power in Germany from 1933 ensured that the spirit of Locarno could not endure in the vastly altered European landscape. Although Hitler had only ...