Il Sole Di Ranco
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... briefest of glances at the cover, asks her if she's happy with her purchase? "Yes, delighted thanks" she says. "Great, but since when have been able to read German then?" DOH! Yes, unfortunately, she'd looked at an English version, and then put it back in the rack outside the shop, to pick up a mint copy, not noticing that there were about seven or eight different language versions available.Oh, bless. But no problem, I'm sure the chap will swap it over if she takes ...
... challenge was finding the escalators down to next level and passport control. Not easy to see from where I was. There was no fast track line as I had been led to believe, and know there is at Sydney. So challenge number three was to stand in line behind 3 20somethings with EU passports, who didn't want to loose their place in my queue by going to the EU passport line where there was no one ...
... had a bout of bad weather and as we arrived we got a little wet on the short walk to our hostel. We had arrived early and were busting for the loo, both toilets were free but as I walked into the male toilet I was assaulted with another DROP TOILET! Those damn things, I wasn’t gonna be squatting over the bowl like some sort of Neanderthal so I went to the ladies one next door and sat down to do my deed. Some one came knocking, I kinda ******* myself and responded ...
Went to the market in Lennon, the weather was overcast and rain in the afternoon and evening. Went to our apartment to have roast chicken (from the market) with H&W with salad and bread. In the evening we went to Argegno for drinks. Happy hours....served with pizza, focaccia, cheese & honey, salami etc, all free of ...
Our home this week is just outside of the city centre of Lugano only about 30 minutes drive from Lake Como. Switzerland was a little confusing to begin with, they are not part of the EU, they have their own currency, they have their own power plugs, everyone here speaks Italian, and if they don't speak that, they speak German, and if they don't speak that they speak some other lingo, but fortunately they seem to have a reasonably handle on English too. It is also ...