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Today we headed for the lakes, which were a half hour drive from our north Milan base.
Lake Como had been identified as the prettiest and as we passed the town of Como, we headed on up the lakeside to Tremmezo, where we wanted to stop at Villa Carlotta.
The lake itself is vast and clearly a very popular area judging by the amount of houses and villas that were clinging to the rocks all ...
... and the many large villas along the shores. Back to our room for a cold beer and an afternoon nanna nap for Richard to recharge his batteries. Julie took a hike up and down to the small fishing village of Pescallo, We both decide that we would have a quiet night and had a pizza in our room for dinner.
Saturday 9th August 2014
Well we made it - 40 years of wedded bliss.
Today we decide to purchase a day pass for the Ferry and explore ...
... provides us with views from two sides of the hotel plus two balconies to sit out on and enjoy the magnificent views of Lake Como and the Bellagio Promenade.
In the afternoon we decide to go on a tour of the Villa Serbelloni Park which is now controlled by the Rockefeller Foundation of New York. Just a quiet walk through a park offering spectacular views at every corner, not to mention that it is 3 kms on a gravel path, uphill all the ...
"Prego", replied Silvana
"Prego, that is a lovely sounding word, what does it mean?", enquired Video Girl"
"It can mean many things from, you're welcome, cheers and I beg you're pardon.", responded Silvana.
She then turned her body, lent forward causing the top of her t-shirt to billow open like the sleeve of a wizard's robe. She stared into Battery Boy's eyes and in a lowered tone said, "It can also mean ...
... say goodbye, as he'll be at work when we leave in the morning. We suggest he open the red we bought and have a drink with us, so we end up talking for an hour or so. We have a lot of laughs at each other's pronunciation of things, but the messages get across. He's a dental technician, and travelled a fair bit before the family came along. His parents ran a bar in Como until the 90s, and when they closed up, he salvaged the enormous counter/fridge cabinet around ...