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Hope this is not too boring but I just found some more pictures of our old-fashioned European-style hotel.  There is an old disused funicular railway next to the hotel, quite a few people walk up and down those steps.  Next to the funicular railway is Piazza Luini and the Church of Santa Maria degli Angeli, which is located at the end of Via Nassa, the town’s main shopping street.  Piazza Luini is the last of a string of small piazzas that join Via Nassa with the lakefront.  Looking out from the first floor balcony at the bar (at the corner of the hotel, see above, and below), the top half of the building across from our hotel was amazingly decorated. A bus that was painted to look pixelated parked outside the hotel all day, it was some kind of cultural affairs/tourism office.  Cherry trees were blossoming all over town – spring is in the air.


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