L'angolo del Poeta

Address: Via Borgo Palazzo 39 , Bergamo, Lombardy, 24100, Italy | B&B
 
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      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

      ... OK, I say, adding in a resigned way that I have two more. (I had one removed in NZ some years ago.)

      She says she will give me an injection, and just before she puts it in, asks if I have any allergies. I reply in the negative and away she goes.

      And, after the wait for the local to numb my mouth, she removes the tooth. In fact, the only dramatic thing was the dentist’s chairside assistant getting a sore head because she banged it on the X-Ray ...

      Rome to Varenna (via Milan)

      A travel blog entry by linley_t on Apr 09, 2015

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      I'm on the move again today. Metro to Termini train station and fast train to Milan at 11am. Takes 3 hours. Speeds of around 248 kms an hour. My ears keep popping when we go through the tunnels. The terrain is very similar to down south. Rolling hills etc., with flat plains in between. I can't see so many olive trees though and there's a lot more grape vines. It still all looks very beautiful. Can't say for sure but the soil looks a lot more sandier than ...

      Alta e bassa (high and low)

      A travel blog entry by jackir on Sep 09, 2014

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      ... lot of the bakeries here have tiny tables at elbow height on the wall outside the shop so you can stand and eat your bread or pastry etc, quite a good idea but suggest more rubbish bins may be in order. The weather was predicted to turn bad with thunderstorms due, although the sky certainly was grey for most of the day I got home without any rain etc although it feels like it's in the air and I can hear thunder. ( need to get dinner still so better not be too ...

      Milan - Michael

      A travel blog entry by jakekorinko on May 29, 2012

      ... every other night, we went to the square and met plenty of people there, one guy even invited us to an event called “Mustache Party”, it was on facebook and had a website and looked awesome, but we couldn’t figure out where it was or how to get there, unfortunately. Anyway, Saturday finally rolls around and I hit the flee market to get my jacket and it looked pretty ghetto at the beginning, but the deeper in you got the less it ...