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Travel Blogs from Lezzeno
... I slept in until 11:45..... haha... oops.... Stefania woke me up, and we walked to the grandparents house. We ate lunch there, and it was awesome handmade pizza. Figaro's or Home Place has nothing on an italian pizza. I met two of her cousins also, they seemed nice. I hung out at the house after that, and at 6 my host dad drove me to my "tutor" to have dinner. We drove on his motorcycle... which was terrifying... but the dinner was delicious ...
In a nutshell- Cousin Corrado took us all over Lake Como, including to the castle where they filmed Casino Royale, and George Clooney's place! He took us up the mountain side. We always thought that we were at the top, but then we went higher! We went for a walk around the area. We went down to S. Segmente for an expresso and then up into the hills. We also went to Lugano Lido where Corrado works in Switzerland for a fun day of swimming. The ...
... out the barrel' (an old favorite for Gina and me), to an enthusiastic bus load of Eastern European tourists. Not very Italy like, we kept walking. We remembered there was live music at the Grand Hotel Serbelloni - a little 3 piece orchestra (piano, violin, cello) - yes, they were still there! We ordered a little nightcap and watched few songs before they went on break. Amy said everyone else in the room (70+) looked positively bored, she looked over at me and said I had the ...
... the outright winner, being undefeated through the qualifying rounds. While the team leader carried the trophy high as he exited, the rest of the team straggled off, chatting to the other participants as they did so. The horse race, the last event, was cancelled due to the condition of the ground....boggy. Sounded as though they had had the wild wet weather too.
Followed the ...
... arrangements of fresh flowers everywhere. For such a small church, it was incredibly ornate. The floor was a mosaic of polished marble pieces, with marble used in abundance throughout the church. The ancient wooden pews looked well used. Frescoes across the ceilings.
Coming out the church, saw the sign, lighthouse, with an arrow pointing the rest of the way up the mountain. Couldn't help ourselves, just had to go ...