Alex E Angie
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- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
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Just when we thought Venice was the most beautiful place we would visit in Italy, Varenna may have beaten it into second place. Neither of us can get our heads round the fact that we are actually seeing what's around us. The apartment is amazing and the views from the balcony alone are worth the trip. Claire has also befriended a blind cat so we keep having to think of excuses to go and see the lady so Claire can rub the cat.
... was "Hotel Bernina"
This is a simple hotel, with simple rooms, with a simple breakfast, that will do job.
If you want a pool, a breakfast with 3 miles and a runaway to put the car...this is not what you are looking for.
to be continued...
Today I went to Bergamo, about 50km E of Milan which is actually two towns in one; the low (and new) town (still old to us) and the high medieval town behind Venetian walls on the alpine hilltop. From the train you walk through the new town and can get a funicular up the very steep part, it's more than a 45 degree angle and the little cable car only takes 16-20 people (far better than climbing that many steps though). The new town is clean and looks ...
After a good nights rest we were ready to head out and see the sights of Milan again. With only the one full day left in our stay here, we needed to cram in as much as we could. Had fruit and brioche which we picked up from the supermarket the day before (called PAM) and then made the walk down to where the sightseeing bus tour operated. As today is a Sunday and is a national holiday in Italy, the city was a lot quieter then the day before! A lot warmer ...
... looming in front of us. I have seen lots of cathedrals across Europe, but it's grandeur matches Sagrada de Familia in Barcelona, and it's ornateness surpasses it. So many ornamental statues both internal and external, marble carvings, huge alter and naves, and the most intricate lead light windows. The monument to Saint Bartholomew with the depiction of his endurance despite being skinned and made to walk carrying his skin draped over himself was spectacular ...