Residence Pian Della Nave
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... however, the surrounding countryside is pretty - vineyards everywhere and distant snow covered mountains. We detoured to Desenzano on the banks of Lake Garda. Clearly a summer holiday town but a beautiful town situated on the shores of a huge lake. The water is crystal clear. Lunch at local trattoria consisting of local trout - scrumptious, a walk around town, purchase of veggies and fruit from local markets and off to the autostrada. ...
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 ...
... buses to get to our hostel. After about an hour that included bus rides and lots of stairs, we arrived at the hostel, where we dropped off our stuff and left to explore the city.
We first went to try to figure out the busses and trains (Abby wanted to go to Pisa the next day) in the lower city. However, we were at a loss and gave up on that idea. We headed to the Citta Alta, which is the upper medieval city ...
... entered the Duomo for a walk as many other people were doing. We were a little surprrised there wasn't an entry fee to enter the Duomo! When inside, we lit a couple of candles for Elsie's parents and just walked around to experience the details of the archiitecture and construction of the cathedral, as well as the religious and spiritual feeling of being inside the cathedral. The stained glass around the cathedral was impressive. There ...
... but all good.
The other night all of us working at the restaurant went and slept in a cabin near the top of the mountain that was half buried in snow. It was the quintessential mountain hut, without hot water we boiled large pots of water on the wood fired stove and the walls were covered in taxidermy animals, the heads of deer, stuffed owls and even a beaver. To get there we took the chairlift up and then descended on snowboard carrying ...