- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... s, crazy parking (we never parked on a corner or double parked so we are clearly not locals!) snowy mountain roads and everything in between. I must admit, I was relieved to sign it back in. We have checked in at an Airport hotel tonight to save us having to drive through the "traffico intenso" tomorrow morning. It is almost goodbye Italy, for now ...
... to be walking around and seeing the view from up high. The sun was setting when we rode the funicular back down and we spent some lazy time wandering around the waterfront area near our hotel.
We did laundry that night at a small four-machine laundromat around the corner and the kids went out for a late snack at a hole-in-the-wall donair shop near the hotel.
Day 3 ...
... Duomo. We cheered, looked weird and carried on.
Then the real disaster struck. After our adventure of getting lost we worked up a thirst only ice cream could fix. We both got a cone and were thoroughly enjoying it when i decided it was a good idea to fix my hair. and there went my ice cream. straight out of the cone. i thought it was extremely funny. Ellen, however, was devastated.
Anyway made my way home, with only a minor hiccup-missed my connecting ...
... speak very fast and very loud and i kind of just stand there looking into oblivion because i have no idea what's going on. I'm starting to pick up bits and pieces, but it's all so confusing to me.
My family is beautiful. They're so kind and welcoming which is and will be a great boost to my experience. There are 3 children, Ginevera (ginny) 10, Guglielmo jr (Gully) 10 (they're twins) ...
Another cold night followed by sunshine.After breakfast we walked for a few kilometres along the shores of the lake. By 9.30 we were on the road, we stopped at one of the lakeside villages. Lazise is one of the old walled places, we entered through an arch in the walls on to cobbled streets that led to a large square which in turn opened out into a small harbour and a promenade along the waters front. ...