A Casa Di Cristina

Address: Via del Guerino, 3, Bergamo, Lombardy, 24123, 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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... they follow you even when you say no. No matter, we walk straight towards the lovely cathedral, in total awe of the architecture of this place. And then you turn around and realise that there are alot of lovely buildings in this square. There is one that looks like the Arc de Triumph, a Museum space, and, off in the distance I can see a statue (sure its got to be someone old and famous, so worth a look later on).

We had to line up for a while to ...

Relaxing at Lake Como

A travel blog entry by missmm_2206 on Jun 10, 2015

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... arrived from nowhere, and another jug of warmed milk. The Italians do know how to brew a good coffee. Even Connor has been enjoying a brew or two while here in Europe. This morning he decided to have a cappuccino, and later, at morning tea, an iced coffee (which turned out to be less with the ice cream and ice, and more of the 'made with cold water'. Its all an experience!!)

WE decided to drive to Bellagio (if you are looking at the map of Lake Como you will see that ...

St Lucia, not so far from Como...

A travel blog entry by southernsun on Jun 09, 2015

Stopped at St Lucia airfield, a lovely private grass airstrip, for fuel and to have a new set of brushes fitted to the propellor pitch control, by Luigi, the aero maintenance engineer on site. The job turned into a bigger one as the pitch control motor had actually died, so he arranged spare parts and we are fitting up together, but with afternoon weather building, this ...

Day Trip to Bergamo

A travel blog entry by braeoz on Sep 16, 2012

... part of the City (La Citta Alta). There is plenty to see here, including many little restaurants, cafe e markets (food as well as art, clothes, jewellery etc). We stopped at a local little pizzeria for lunch which served delicious food, then the rest of the day was spent just generally browsing shops and markets.

The day we visited, ...

Change of pace

A travel blog entry by krolf on Jul 30, 2012

... said, just one more...one more. Then we found what our host was referring to. Built alongside a canal, two streets on either side of the water were filled with people, alive and teeming with activity. Finding what appeared to be the most popular spot on the block, we sat down and patiently waited for our server.

When I say patient, I mean over 30 minutes...time moves in slow motion here, and no one seems to mind. We couldn't read the menu anyway, ...