Dimora Le Nove Fate
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... they follow you even when you say no. No matter, we walk straight towards the lovely cathedral, in total awe of the architecture of this place. And then you turn around and realise that there are alot of lovely buildings in this square. There is one that looks like the Arc de Triumph, a Museum space, and, off in the distance I can see a statue (sure its got to be someone old and famous, so worth a look later on).
We had to line up for a while to ...
... kind of looks like stick figure with no head. Bellagio is in the ****** area - not a great analogy, but its late and I can't think of a better way to describe it).
Louise has been going on about this Hotel Belvedere that she and Darriel stayed at a few years back - although she couldn't remember where it was located (obviously no help for us this visit). Anyway - lo and behold, at the Bellagio ferry docks there is a sign to the Belvedere Hotel. Obviously we all had the ...
All work done by 9am, but raining all morning, but can see it is clearer out west, so at first sign of a bak will be heading off. Which turned out to be at 10am.
I must thank Luigi for his hours of work to get all that done within a day, and being such a great host, making sure I had somewhere to stay, driving me around, etc....
... and mountains surrounding us! It took my breath away! Sadly this was the last thing we did in Bergamo, and my camera died as we were walking up the steps to the top! Luckily just about every panoramic view we saw was lush so I can still share a couple with you!
Bergamo was a lovely city, and a great place to start my exploring of Italy! My next plan is to visit some of the towns around Lake Como on Friday, such as Lecco, Varenna and Bellagio. I can't wait! ...
... paint degradation, and even WWII bomb damage. More than a simple narrative, the work today is expressive, emotive and lively: imagine what it would have been like when the paint was still fresh! It's worthwhile to remember, though, that in his day Leonardo was commissioned as much as an artisan as an artist- an interior decorator of sorts, I suppose. This is illustrated by the door that was knocked through where Christ's feet would have ...