La Dolce Vite
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... sun for tbe most part. The mountain road was predominantly downhill but there were a few 'bonus' climbs before the big drop down to Fornovo di Tara. Our breakfast was pretty marginal at the overnight place so we had a food stop at Fornovo. After that it was onto more ordinary busy roads for most of the day. From Fornovo the route has been fairly flat so it has been reasonably easy ...
... Milan in the 19th century. It is now home to a series of museums and art collections. We passed through the central courtyard to and wandered through the extensive Parco Sempione, stopping to get up close to some local wildlife. Afterwards we headed back into the retail district for a spot of shopping before mixing it with the rush hour traffic on the trip back past Lago di Como to Morbegno.
... girls and we all head down again. After walking about 50 metres down he looks up and can see the castle walls about 50 metres away. We are so close and all,that extra uphill was not needed. We continue down looking for the turnoff to the castle. We reach the main road without finding any road that goes that way. Seems odd. Then we read the sign again to discover to our horror that the sign says the castle is not open to the public ( in Italian ). So ...
... idea." (That's one for lovers of classic adventure movies)
Video Girl and Battery Boy had an espresso as they waited for the train. It is a pleasant thirty-five minute trip to Milan through the Italian countryside with occasional glimpses of the Alps, which explains why the Milanese regularly commute to Lake Como for the weekend.
Video Girl and Battery Boy arrived in Milan and checked into the Straf Hotel, centrally located in the centre of the ...
... of a small town had turned up to pack on to the single bus. When the bus started to bulge at the seams the driver said enough, or words to that effect, closed the doors and we lumbered away…about 50 metres to a traffic light which was working on prehistoric time…measured in aeons. We eventually reached the station and the bus exploded people in all directions, all hoping no doubt to catch the train that they would have made easily if the ...