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There isn’t much to report from yesterday. It was basically a rest day that involved wandering around Morbegno’s streets as well as running a few personal errands.
Dinner was with Marina’s cousins again for more magnificent home-made food. This time it was some succulent turkey & chicken with chips, followed by bread, cheese & salami, and then a home-made tira misu. This was of course followed by a healthy serving ...
... up the village from the lake. To get anywhere in the village means using the village tracks - translation goat track (if you are lucky). These tracks I are rough - cobblestones or bare earth, and tend to be very steep with lots of steps. We decided to walk up to the piazza and other shops then go to see the castle. From the Tre. Rose it is a set of steps up. Not too bad. Then you reach one of the minor car roads of the village that lead up and ...
... we went back to where the sign was to find there was another smaller road heading up. We went up and it got very narrow. There were a few cars parked and then a sign we were unsure about - did it mean no entry? Or no parking? We thought it meant the road was one way and in our direction so we continued on a bit only to find it got so narrow that the car was hardly fitting. We decided that maybe the sign had said it was a pedestrian road only. So Wendy now had to ...
Roger headed off early for a ride. We did some washing and hung it on our tiny little line. Having trouble with the internet in the apartment so that is why we re behind with the blog - sorry. Still not fixed so we have been typing it up in the hope we will be able to connect soon. Roger gets back about 10:30 and we have decided that the boys will catch the cable car from Argengo (which is just across the lake from Nesso) up to what we think is a ski village in winter. We trudge along ...
After a bit more browsing in shops and generally looking around, we headed off to the Funicular - a special type of train that goes up the hillside just outside the centre of town. The girls weren't particularly keen but I had heard that the views over Como and over Lake Como were spectacular from the top, and wanted to go up. It was quite expensive at 5 euros each for a 7 minute trip up and back, but anyway, I paid and we prepared to ...