Al Vicolo

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

Magnificent Milano

A travel blog entry by missmm_2206 on Jun 11, 2015

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... Can't see much from this hotel, but tomorrow we shall Romeo and Juliet to our hearts content.

Epilogue: Connor was just watching tv and there on the screen, coming to us live from Milan, is a huge open air rock concert. Right in front of the Duomo. That explains all the sound equipment we saw in the cathedral today - we had just through they got big crowds there for mass. Lucky we didn't get caught in that - methinks the Aunties would not have been impressed
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Relaxing at Lake Como

A travel blog entry by missmm_2206 on Jun 10, 2015

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WEDNESDAY 10 JUNE

Ahh the feeling of waking up with no alarm, nothing planned and nowhere to be.

We are still in the lovely Lake Como region, the day has started a little overcast, but its warm and we are in a hotel overlooking a lake. Its so freakin wonderful I have no words to describe this.

We went down to breakfast at the very civilised time of 8am, there was cereal, yoghurt, cold meats, eggs, pastries and breads and fruits. Lots to choose from. A jug ...

St Lucia, not so far from Como...

A travel blog entry by southernsun on Jun 09, 2015

... an afternoon stop. The good news for the long term is that the local Italian flying community have developed there own brush system which completely improves the original factory system, so we are also retrofitting that. So losing a day, but will pay back in the future.

Will re-evaluate route onwards based on weather and when we finish in the morning. ...

Day Trip to Bergamo

A travel blog entry by braeoz on Sep 16, 2012

... some kind of 'Green' event on celebrating Bergamo's attention to providing a greener city centre - promoting bikes and walking rather than cars.

Much of Bergamo's history involves around which empire occupied it at various point in time over the last couple of thousand years, but I am very glad that most of it still remains intact.
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Change of pace

A travel blog entry by krolf on Jul 30, 2012

... it was necessary for the delay. Sitting next to a Swedish couple, I asked what was on their plate in hopes of getting a response in English (they spoke perfect English thankfully!), so once again I had lucked out. Dining in Italy is more of a social experience, and being unaccustomed to "slow" service, we couldn't understand why it was taking so long to get our food. It didn't help that the mosquitoes were out in full force, but eventually we were served ...