- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... imagine it. The people seem happy but have a pretty lax attitude to most things. Bored border guards, bored shop attendants, bored bored bored. They seem to live to shop and eat. Shop for coats, shoes bread and cheese while the menu is pasta, cold meats, pasta and cheese and pasta... you get the idea. The coffee is great and in the tourist areas, be prepared to be ripped off big time! Its all part of the experience. All the dudes ...
Chris decided that we should drive over the mountains to Switzerland. To do this, we had to take the car ferry to Menaggio, drive over the mountains, drive through some really long tunnels past really lax disinterested Italian border guards to the other side maintained by equally lax and bored Swiss border guards! I tell you what, if I was Pope Frankie and I was being guarded by the Swiss guards dressed in yellow and black lederhosen, I ...
... no longer available for Greece as a funding source. On 2 May 2010, the Eurozone countries and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) agreed on a €110 billion bailout loan for Greece, conditional on compliance with the following three key points:
Implementation of austerity measures, to restore the fiscal balance.
Privatization of government assets worth €50bn by the end of 2015, to keep the debt pile sustainable.
Sorry it's late - we don't have wifi in the place we're staying. Yesterday (Wednesday 7th Jan) we woke up to an amazing breakfast once again and then we were dropped off into town in Lugano. The shops are so big and are many levels. We went to Manor first and had a look around - the department stores here have everything including a supermarket on the first floor, a pet shop and a restaurant on the top floor. I still ...
... minute blocks, so we have saved our minutes up. Placing pictures on or blog is very time consuming & we are on the dreaded TIM network again. All in all it took us about 2 hours, so we headed out in the early afternoon to walk down the 291 steps to the road to catch the bus into Como. Naturally it was late again. They always are here.
Arriving in Como we decided to explore the part of the old town we hadn't seen before. Como was once a walled city and parts of ...