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  Eat Your Way Around Lake Lugano - Forbes Now
Eat Your Way Around Lake Lugano  Forbes NowSplit between Switzerland and Italy, Lake Lugano is a scintillating body of water flanked by mountains and rolling green hills. Travelers flock here to visit ...
Posted on 29 July 2018 | 12:00 am
  Italian investigation claims Italian riders
Italian investigation claims Italian riders forced to pay to race  Cyclingnews.comAn investigation in Italian newspaper Corriere dello Sport by renowned journalist Marco Bonarrigo has claimed that numerous Italian riders pay to obtain ...
Posted on 13 November 2015 | 12:00 am
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  TERREDESURF: RT @suptrotters: Heidi L. had a
TERREDESURF: RT @suptrotters: Heidi L. had a #paddleboarding sessi~% in Porlezza, Italy. Pictures here: https://t.co/~&dIfqMLA #suptrotters https://t.c…
Posted on 26 June 2018 | 10:59 pm
  suptrotters: Heidi L. had a #paddleboarding
suptrotters: Heidi L. had a #paddleboarding sessi@@#@ in Porlezza, Italy. Pictures here: https://t.co/@%dIfqMLA #suptrotters https://t.co/2m3sKu6860
Posted on 26 June 2018 | 10:59 pm
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  Resolved Question: We plan to cycle around
We are renting a tandem and packing a tent. We plan to cycle partly right next to the lake, partly on side trips. Here's what we hope to do. will it work, so late in the year? Day1: Como to Tremezzo, or else to Menaggio, then up to Carlazzo or Porlezza, depending if we can find a campground still open in either place. Day 2: either take the ferry across the lake to Varenna and cycle north along the lake to Dervio or Colico...or stay on the west of Lake Como, and cycle in the vicinity of Lago Lugano (yes, we'll have our passports). Day 3: ending in or near Lecco (campground open?) or Ghisallo/Sormano (campground open?) Day 4: Ghisallo/Sormano (campground open?) Day 5: watch Giro di Lombardia come by the Ghisallo, go back to Como. a) are these campgrounds shut for the winter by then, even though some of them say "year round"? So far, most have not responded (we tried English and Dutch.) b) If we don't need services (except a toilet, assuming we're not supposed to go behind a tree), will people allow us to camp in a closed campground anyway, or in a general green space? c) are we planning any very dangerous roads? We have tried to pick the parts where there is a local / older road as an alternative to the main highway, but maps can be misleading. I'm not in great shape, and we will have front and back panniers, so except for the Ghisallo, we'd rather stay off the serious climbs and steep descents. Suggestions / warnings welcome. Suggestions of places with particularly good food, too. (We're camping in the spirit of adventure, not total lack of funds, and we do like to eat!)
Posted on 26 September 2009 | 2:58 pm
  Resolved Question: What city in Italy has a
Posted on 14 September 2006 | 7:26 pm
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