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... the lunch hour began. The builders came in in hordes. Seated, supplied with bread and wine followed by pasta and then time to get back to work. We moved on and later found a great pizza place. Pizzas are good here (unlike Rome). We then followed Fabio's advice and caught the ferry into Como. We spent the afternoon walking about the main part of the city - lovely old buildings, huge Duomo (surprise!!), partially unfinished waterfront, shops ...
We arrived in this beautiful city at dusk so we weren't able to get the most out of it. Stayed there only for one hour and we spent that time in Parco Civico capturing the flickering lights of the city surrounded by mountains. The view from the shores of Lake Lugano was fascinating. It's truly a must-visit city and I'd love to go back and see it in broad daylight. ...
After a few days by the sea it was time to head North toward Lago Maggiore and the Swiss border. I had stayed at Lake Maggiore when I was a kid and it was something I remembered as a quiet and beautiful place. Of course things change but I wanted to see if I could make it up there and stay the night.
I found the SP258 road running North from Albenga to Garessio, from there I'd hit the SS28 to Ceva. From there ...
I really enjoyed my trip to Switzerland. Another country crossed off the list.
That’s all for now so I can get into my G & T. Matt and Jenny are making Pizzas. They have started started from scratch, making the dough and so on. It should be good.
PS - in reply to Lorena's question about the Aussie flag, I don't know. I came across this tattered old Aussie flag n a random flagpole in Bellagio.
... was the great missed opportunity, and if followed up, had the potential to curtail Hitler's schemes. This was the ideal opportunity to construct a meaningful alliance against Hitler, which might have had the chance to act decisively before it was too late. But remarkably, the diplomatic will was not sufficiently strong, as national self-interest took over, rapidly unravelling the Stresa unity with astounding speed. Britain even signed a separate treaty with Germany only ...