Al Vicolo

Address: Vicolo Sant'Andrea 2a, Bergamo, Lombardy, 24129, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bergamo

Snow capped mountains at Lake Como

A travel blog entry by quirk303 on Nov 06, 2014

1 comment, 11 photos

Post card views We wake to cleared rain, an overcast day but incredibly surprising are the snow capped peaks surrounding Lake Como. The scene has been stolen from a post card or the top of a box of beautiful chocolates. The only thing missing from the scene are the two swans we saw gliding across the water yesterday. We walk along the lake to a 12 century church of Sancta Maria del Tiglio with what looks like a 16th century church built inside the walls of a 15th ...

What A Night!

A travel blog entry by travellinghutch on Nov 05, 2014

... br> having! As the oldest of the group, 29, was wasted beyond belief, and it
was much to difficult to take care of her, we figured she was old
enough to take care of herself and whatever would happen throughout
the night. My friend, Louisa, who invited me to the party, had many
friends in the club. She was running here and there saying hello and making new friends so as you can imagine, I did not ...


A travel blog entry by wmdbanks on Oct 04, 2014

21 photos

... people in at a time for a maximum of 15 minutes. The amazing thing about this artwork is that during the second world war the entire building was destroyed in a bombing, except for the one wall with the painting on. They have now rebuilt around it and created a high tech temperature controlled room to keep it safe from decay.

Check out the pics to see a bit more of what I got up to.


Milan - full of hidden treasurers

A travel blog entry by lindaandstuart on Feb 05, 2012

10 photos

... and the most spectacular Gothic Cathedral, The largest in Italy and 4th largest in the world. It was built by the Visconti family who ruled Milan back in the day (well they started it, but it took nearly 600 years to finish) when they were delivered of their first healthy baby boy. It was dedicated to Mary, the Mother of Jesus, and since the birth of the Visconti child then, to the current day, almost every child born in the area has Maria as part of their ...

Welcome to the Hostel California

A travel blog entry by shiiuga on Nov 16, 2010

1 comment, 15 photos

... in order to save money, but it is the price that means that in lieu of my hostels having a kitchen or a supermarket near by that makes it so attractive. Also, as many of you know, I bloody love pizza...

Anyway, this entry has turned out rather longer than I expected, but I hope that it has made Mark sufficiently jealous of my stadium based exploits. If not, well I'll bally well just have to fly to Spain and do the Nou Camp and the Bernabeu, ...