Posta Hotel Ristorante
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... sale! We caught the bus back home and finally managed to find the house haha. It's so cool to see the different ticketing systems used on the buses in different countries! When we got home we packed our suitcases again ready for us to take in the morning and then it was happy hour once again. For dinner we had a traditional Swiss dinner called cheese raclette which is similar to fondue. You put Swiss cheese on ...
Anyway about 11am we were picked up by our next driver who took us in a Mercedes minibus to Milan Railway station. Boy was the station busy! We arrived with a good hour to spare and John had his first Italian pizza for lunch whilst we waited for the platform to be displayed. Wendy continued her extreme diet - no solids. We boarded and sat opposite each other in quite comfortable seats for about an ...
... cheap shoes, clothes etc and the Italian being spoken. We walked through the market without buying anything and headed off for a walk around the village. Luckily for us old folk, it was fairly flat not like Moltrasio. There was a mixture of old (narrow streets and buildings with shuttered windows and window boxes) and new. John checked out the Travel card and this time it worked. (Yesterday it was refused quite a few times at Bellagio so we kept trying to ...