Al Principato di Pignolo

Address: Via S.Tomaso 1 A, Bergamo, Lombardy, 24121, Italy | B&B
 
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Travel Blogs from Bergamo

It's HOT!

A travel blog entry by handyeh on Jul 06, 2015

Yep, it's 37 degrees out there. Where is the AC when you need it?

I read (somewhere?) that the weather will cool off come Friday, but the forecast websites I’ve looked at suggest it will be high as long as the forecasts … ah forecast, like about 2 ...

Eco Electricity Engineering

A travel blog entry by handyeh on Jul 02, 2015

... spare land in the area should be used to build solar power farms, the cost of which would be paid off over 5 years. As the life of solar panels is 25 years, the council would save about 60 million over the following 20 years. Mmm, that’s an argument that’s difficult to argue with ...

Good-for-you Gelati

A travel blog entry by handyeh on Jul 02, 2015

Gelati (plural of gelato) I have talked about before on 29/4/2015.

However, I read today that:

  • Gelati are NOT the same as ice-cream. And
  • Free Optometrist's visit with every dessert.

    A travel blog entry by twofoodies on Jul 02, 2014

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    ... views of the ever growing modern area of Bergamo below. They checked into the Gombit Hotel, unpacked then hit the streets. Piazza Vecchia was busy with people enjoying the sun and admiring the building covered in floor boxes filled with pink and purple petunias. At the far end of the piazza there are two churches and a cathedral crammed into an area normally occupied by just one church. In front of the church is an ancient calendar and sun dial made from ...

Why Are All These Police Here?

A travel blog entry by cncadventures on Sep 03, 2012

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... how to buy tickets to Bergamo, when we leave 3 days from now. When we exit the station, we discover it is raining. We see our tram at the station, so we do not put on any rain gear and ask where to buy tickets. At the Tabacchi shop (tobacco shop) which is pretty common for bus, tram, and subway tickets in Italy. Tickets bought and the tram hasn't left so we hop on. Getting off at Porta Venezia, we huddle under the small covered stop trying to spot our motel. No such luck and ...