Albergo Antica Posta
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... the castle, where I stop for coffee. It's very steep and my legs are feeling it. I carry on and eventually come out at tiny little lakeside town. It's a beautiful (though a bit difficult) walk with magnificent views of the lake from up high. More photos. Back down lakeside, I head back towards Varenna. I stop at Hotel Villa Cipressi for late lunch. Spaghetti with duck ragu and porcini mushrooms. ...
... platform and it's really quite difficult to get cases up and down. Don't know how the oldies get on. Now there are mountains on the horizon with snow on the top. Beautiful! As we get closer to Milano it has become very flat. There seems to be less horticulture/orchards/vineyards and more green paddocks/crops. Maybe they grow wheat up here? They surely need a lot for all the pasta they eat. Got into Milan on time then found my train to go on to ...
... a coffee at Bar Sport and then a walk over the hill to the little village of Pescaro on the other side of the promontory. You know this area well Anne and Rob. The hotel was still closed here as the people were cleaning ready for the opening soon. We wandered through the cemetery and then back over to Bellagio.
We decided to head out to dinner at the Aurora Hotel in Lezzano, where we ate with Paul and Rosie last time we were here, where we ...
... opportunity before jumping back into the car.
We were now heading for Italy and craving for the great coffee at Cafe Sport. The GPS directed us to Varenna and the car ferry. We were hoping like mad that the ferries were in operation. Phew, we only had to wait 20 minutes and a 10 minute ferry trip later we were in Bellagio.
We found our accommodation at Bellagio apartments and meet our host Giulio who was so lovely. He runs a small bar and restaurant close by and as ...
... self tour) I stood for quite some time just admiring the windows. They were so enormous and grand electrically colourful! In the church itself were the bodies of 2 men who I think must have been cardinals. All the information about them was in Italian, which I don't read. So I can't be sure, but I think they were cardinals. While it certainly was rather confronting seeing the decayed bodies of these men, it was also quite special seeing the way they ...