Cece e Simo B&B

Address: Via IV Novembre, 65/67, Bergamo, Lombardy, 24128, Italy | B&B
 
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      Varenna and other towns

      A travel blog entry by linley_t on Apr 11, 2015

      10 photos

      ... the castle, where I stop for coffee. It's very steep and my legs are feeling it. I carry on and eventually come out at tiny little lakeside town. It's a beautiful (though a bit difficult) walk with magnificent views of the lake from up high. More photos. Back down lakeside, I head back towards Varenna. I stop at Hotel Villa Cipressi for late lunch. Spaghetti with duck ragu and porcini mushrooms. ...

      Extracting Essentials (or not) Easily

      A travel blog entry by handyeh on Apr 10, 2015

      ... 8217;t. They ask something about an appointment (I think; it was in Italian) and I hand over the name of the dentist I was told who worked here and reportedly spoke English.

      One of the woman gets a form – standard first admission I guess – and beckons me to follow.

      We go downstairs, spiral ones to boot, and she beckons a chair and says something like ‘a moment’.

      I wait about 4-5 minutes and she returns, and in English ...

      Rome to Varenna (via Milan)

      A travel blog entry by linley_t on Apr 09, 2015

      9 photos

      ... 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 ...

      The Panoramic View I Never Saw

      A travel blog entry by alison.seeds on May 06, 2013

      5 comments, 2 photos

      ... God continues to look after us. With no idea where to go to at the station in Serronna, a young bloke directed us on the right path. He then left to go in the opposite direction. Thirty minutes later, as we were getting on what we thought was the train to Malpensa airport, he jumped onto the train and said "No. This is the wrong train. Wait for the next one." We would have ended up right back from where we had started!! Heaven ...

      Getting knowledge

      A travel blog entry by rockyasia on Aug 30, 2012

      1 photo

      ... of an airplane in my life I felt asleep immediately after starting.
      I woke up at the best time!
      I saw clouds and prominent peaks of the Alps -nothing better!
      First encounter with the responsibility with multiple numbers of unforeseen circumstances.
      Next stop - Cristina BARCELONA ;)