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... that this is THE train! Michael and I are standing in the area in the inbetween carriage area when an Italian guy overhearing our "man we hope this is the train" comment says that he is from Stresa and that it's the right train but we must get off at another station to change trains. phew! lucky for us we stated chatting.
we eventually get to Stresa which is on Lago Maggiore and roll our suitcases down to our hotel on cobble stones. The ...
... and then an afternoon in Verona Hospital...he goes home with his gall bladder in tact but I'm not sure he will be able to maintain the alcohol free, fat free ..lettuce / carrot diet for long.
With those visits we were all especially delighted to see him walk Jasmine 'down the aisle' last night.
Back to the overall observations of the trip -
We didn't spend enough time in Portugal. It was our first trip to ...
... and I chatting while sh headed to reception to organise a room change. Their room had no air-conditioning. After 30 minutes, joan had not returned so Bill and I went looking. We found Joan chatting to an Australian couple in the library. It turned out that Lindsay and Sharon from Queensland were on our tour. We sat and chatted for two hours until joined by ...
... local Cantinas and then enjoyed a long lunch sampling a few more. Our final evening was spent trying to cook our own Florentine T-bone on the bbq, a relative success but perhaps we should leave that one to the professionals. A short stop in Lucca enabled us to stretch our legs on our way to the Cinque Terre as we walked around the 4km city walls. A lovely lunch washed down with a final glass of Chianti Classico was a perfect end to our time in Tuscany, something tells me we'll come back ...
... The shame of it, but Phil had to eat anything by this time.
So not impressed with Locarno, we got on the train back to Italy. We upgraded to First Class for €1.50 and sat right at the front! Brilliant! We were joined by 2 English 'girls' who it transpired are teachers from Newton Aycliffe on a Comenius trip to Italy and on a trip out before home on Sunday. Nice to speak English to someone else.
Into Domodossola and a quick change to our last train. When it ...