Anthea B&B

Address: via Crocefisso, 65, 24123 , Bergamo, Lombardy, 24123, Italy | B&B
 
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Travel Blogs from Bergamo

Varenna and other towns

A travel blog entry by linley_t on Apr 11, 2015

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Day 1: I get moving early and go across to the little cafe in the square for the BnB provided breakfast of tea or coffee and a croissant. They have free wifi which works. Yes! The BnB wifi is useless! After breakfast I head off to the boat pier and get a day ticket for the Middle lakes area. 15 euro and can be used to get to Villa Carlotta, Bellagio, Menaggio and back to Varenna. It's beautiful on the ...

Extracting Essentials (or not) Easily

A travel blog entry by handyeh on Apr 10, 2015

... 8217;s chair in it! I was expecting to do the formal paperwork and then try to negotiate an appointment later next week, but they want to look at it now. Great.

So I sit in the chair & she, the dentist now I guess, asks if I have any pain. I say, no, but a filling has fallen out. She asks where & I point.

I open my mouth as she quickly looks in that part of my mouth & then starts to tap quite solidly the offending tooth and I think, ...

Rome to Varenna (via Milan)

A travel blog entry by linley_t on Apr 09, 2015

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... That seems a bit odd. Not sure where the sand would come from. Probably just my eyes. We pass through lots of little villages which are very agricultural. It's so much more satisfying going by train than flying. It's not a cheap way to travel though. A Eurail pass would be the way to go if you're moving around a lot. The trains in Italy have been pretty good actually. I'm a little surprised. Although they're not suitcase friendly. They're not flat ...

Day 2 Bergamo, Italy

A travel blog entry by allanbe on May 19, 2013

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... is known as Citta Alta. The Citta Alta is a medieval town and is packed with historic buildings and narrow cobbled streets and surrounded by Venetian walls which date back to the 17th century. One of the problems we encountered was finding parking. We were not able to take our car into the Citta Alta and had to find parking in the lower city. We then took the funicular to the upper city.

The historic centre of the town is a square by the name of ...

FENDI!

A travel blog entry by momo2x on May 24, 2012

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... he would point out fun facts and the names of places we visited thanks to his Rick Steve's Italy book. David was from Philadelphia and was the sweetest guy you will ever meet and incredibly good looking but shy.
With our tiny black and white map we made our way down Via Dante which took us to the Duomo. On the way there I realized that restaurants had tons of seating out on the open and there were so many Piazza this and that. We stood out as tourists ...