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... streets with cobbled ground leading to as yet unexplored shops and cafés. We strolled along the front and then up the hill behind the buildings to see view. Sampled the gelato, had to be done! Strawberry and coffee, not together! Then came down the narrow cobbled street stopping off at a wine shop. The shop had bottles open that you could sample and man was so helpful. Bought a red and a sparkling red (Hope Stu likes) and some limoncello. Once back at waters ...
... around the harbour front of Bellagio and it was rather quaint with a large population of tourists, predominantly American (perhaps they were expecting to be in Las Vegas at the casino with the same name). Without a great understanding of what was in Bellagio, we began walking up the stairs that ran perpendicular to the harbour front, which led to a square with a church and further more shops (including a gelateri which we offered our ...
Saturday Oct 4 We met our guide at 9-30am and made our way down to the Bellagio lakeside where we boarded a water taxi for our tour. Bit of a squash with 14 people; Rosa's son Nick has joined us for the rest of the trip. We motored around the Bellagio headland to the fishing village of Pescallo, very picturesque. It's also gave us a view of our hotel and the Rockerfella Foundation villa ...
... people walking around also looked like tourists. I guess the locals must be at home...it was a little cold.
They Washed Their Clothing Where?
I also ran across what I was informed to be an old public washing basin used by the people of Bergamo Alta to wash their clothing in the past. I can only imagine what it was like to wash your unmentionables in a public ...
... good conversation as we made our way towards the Cathedral. We visited one church on the way and realised that it had struck midday and siesta had begun until 15.00 - many attractions are therefore closed for 3 hours each day at this time.
This gave us a wonderful opportunity to walk down to the water front and enjoy the magnificent views. We have been blessed with a beautiful sunny day and the colours are alive. We saw many boats on the water despite the season's ...