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Travel Blogs from Bergamo
... at Julie and Neil’s place in Eze. We had booked a couple of days away in Italy so I had Thursday and Friday off again. We left early Thursday morning for Bellagio on the shores of Lake Como. It was about 5 hours’ drive with motorway most of the way. The last part consisted of narrow, windy roads. When we arrived in Bellagio we were very pleased that the car they had hired had a GPS because it took us through the narrow main street and down to our ...
... for 2 hours for lunch and not much else. We stopped for lunch at a cafe that had great views, good cheap food and cold beer and waited for the next ferry to take us to Villa Carlotta.
Princess Marianne of Nassau purchased the villa and gave it to her daughter, Carlotta, as a wedding present when she married Georg 11 of Saze-Meiningen. Unfortunately Carlotta died at the age of 23 and heartbroken Georg directed all of his energy and passion to botany and created ...
... Ok, the bell chimes twenty four times each day, some of these seemingly random, but we discover the church was built in the thirteen hundreds, nearly as old as the unassuming little grey church nearby that just happens to be two centuries older than its larger neighbour. That sort of sums up Varenna. Other places on Lake Como shout out "hey – George Clooney lives here" or “This spot was used in a James Bond movie” but Varenna just sits quietly and ...
... a bit. Very nice town and there's a really nice cafe near the station. Lovely owner and brilliant sandwiches.
We took a bus to the airport quite early which was good as it was insanely busy at Bergamo airport. Small, busy, and very very warm. It took a long time to get through the bag check just because the queue was so long. Was very happy to be done with that, but sad to leave Italy. It is a beautiful country =).
... Hannah go shopping; Pete, Chris & Tina walk through the immense old Sforza castle complex, to the Design Museum. The building and displays are interesting, but not what we expected – a temporary display around graphics rather than a permanent display of Italian design innovation. Then we split up again, Chris and Pete make their way back to the apartment; Tina to a bit more of an explore of the castle, then ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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