Albergo Trattoria La Vignetta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... was outrageous, sooooo many trucks and of course everything travelling very quickly. It was most tiring for John as the driver. The closer we got to Milan the worse it got, anyway, we survived. Luckily the road basically bypasses Milan and we were soon in Como.
Well a shock we got! The lake is pretty but Como is a huge suburb of Milan really. In fact most of the lake has housing surrounding it, albeit rather flash housing :-). Arrived at ...
We arrived in this beautiful city at dusk so we weren't able to get the most out of it. Stayed there only for one hour and we spent that time in Parco Civico capturing the flickering lights of the city surrounded by mountains. The view from the shores of Lake Lugano was fascinating. It's truly a must-visit city and I'd love to go back and see it in broad daylight. ...
... On the way, we stopped and got some strawberry chocolate fondue because it was the Chocolate Festival that weekend in Bergamo. We took a little trolley up the side of the mountain (think the Pittsburgh Incline if you have been there). We walked the winding cobblestone streets until we found the main plaza. We went up into the Campanone (a bell tower), which overlooked the upper city and lower city along with ...
... the Consorzio Mobilita Funiculare and Bus was built in1894 and electrified in 1911. The track is 3556 feet, the drop is 1627 feet and the gradient, 55%. The ride lasts 7 minutes and (I have read that) each car holds 81 passengers. Our car seemed to have the full complement. Space is tight and Bob sits squeezed in by two Italians; he hopes to improve his Italian by eavesdropping on their very animated conversation, but unfortunately, they ...
... potatoes, fennel and sage. Trust me, it was delicious.
After lunch we continue walking out of town to the gardens of the VIlla Melzi, built between 1808 and 1810 by Francesco Melzi d'Eril, vice-president of the Italian Republic under Napoleon and later, Grand Chancellor of the Italian Republic. The Villa gardens are green and calming; there are few flowers, the plant material consisting mainly of ...