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Travel Blogs from Stresa
Well, compared to the time we spent trying to get a 'Rome' headline, this one was a piece of cake, or un torta a pezzo as us Italians say. The issue we had this time, was which one to use, but in the end, felt The Doors gave us the opening we needed, (geddit?). Oh, please yourselves. Anyway, referencing Perry was just too obvious, (look him up kids).
Our final week in Lucca passed pretty quickly you won't be surprised to know. The last weekend was beautiful, as ...
... 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 ...
While upstairs we opened one of the 3 bottles of wine we bought from a servo coming into Italy. 3 for 9 Euro! Bargain. We sipped at that while ******* around in our room ( not literally) and spent the night in the warm comforts of a private bed without the sounds of neighboring snorers.
The next morning the weather actually proved to be formidable. We attempted to venture out and walk around the town but the rain became torrential and us without an ...
... br> On Thursday we went up another mountain 2000m in a cable car up to an awesome adventure park. They have all sorts of activities up there including Hiking, Mountain Biking, Rock Climbing, Skiing etc. We went on the highest flying fox in Europe which was great fun, although I am still trying to retrieve my jocks from a category 1 wedgie. There was also a 1km long speed toboggan course which was ridiculously fun. The kids went down together first which they enjoyed ...
Our relief was tempered by an element of exhaustion. So we repaired to yet another attractive lakeside bar, which whilst scarily expensive, gave us a chance to collect our thoughts. I became a mite emotional, as the awful realisation dawned that our wonderful journey was now entering its final phase. Recovering my composure, we moved on and spent a very pleasant half hour or so at the shore, watching a ferry arrive as the misty, hazy dusk gathered over the water. ...