Corvetto Residence Porto Di Mare
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... couple of kilometres from here). Exhausted we make our way back down, gelato to power up, ferry back to home and cook up dinner.
Today we are back on the ferry to Como, walk along the foreshore to check out some large villas on the west side - now all owned by the Como Provincial Government, then onto the 'fast boat' and up to Menaggio which is midway north up the lake. The lake is 46km from one end to the other, so I guess we travel 20 ...
Leaving Milano, we started the day with Bergamo which is an ancient town about 40 km east of Milan we've been hearing a lot about. I have to admit that it wasn't as great as I thought it would be. Maybe it's just me setting my expectation too high.
The old town (citta alta) is up on the hill and we had to take ...
... at a restaurant in town and headed back to the hostel. Although we were in a 6 person room, it was only the two of us. However, it was very cold so we piled on the blankets and went to sleep.
The next day we decided to take a bus from Bergamo to Lovere, a small town in a valley in the Alps on Lake Iseo. The hour bus ride was very beautiful since we were traveling in the Alps. The town was very ...
... Mozzarella E Basilico, starting with pumpkin flowers stuffed with ricotta, a fennel salad for me (after a discussion with Barbie on fennel), and pasta, eggplant and swordfish for Ron. Then came dessert. Again, the "menu" was brought out on a tray. Ron chose the coconut one and I the lemon one - a lemon infused sponge covered in a lemon cream.
Then it was time to walk back to the hotel and go to bed. It's been a long day!
... sounds nice and it's only thirty kilometres further along the lake. We set the GPS and follow the instructions and road signs.
Now, Lake Como looks to be a glacial remnant lake in the bottom of a deep valley surrounded by steep hills. It appears magnificent from a distance ( we don't know how it looks close up). We drive and the road narrows, twisting along century old streets making a slow torturous path toward Bellagio. It narrows ...