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... Then up the funicular to the mountain overlooking Como, not happy with view at that height we decide to walk up to the lighthouse. Snow covered following last weeks cold blast we make our way up - a long way - finally arriving at 'the lighthouse'. The view was spectacular, well the view as best it can be here with quite dense haze/smog. We could see the water but sadly the Swiss Alps, whilst could be seen, were blurry. (Switzerland is ...
... to reach there.
Well from the outside of city there is a breathtaking view of the upper town but once you are in it I woudn't say the same. Still there is plenty to see wandering around the streets and lots of lovely churches to explore. But it's definitely not the best medieval town in Italy.
... right on the lake, it had gorgeous views of the Alps as well. We walked along the water and grabbed some lunch. It was very nice. We returned to Bergamo, walked around a little longer and went back to the hostel to sleep.
In the morning, we got up early and had some breakfast before we headed off to the airport to go to Greece!
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... along the edge of the piazza and spotted an area where the protest was a bit thin so put our heads down and walked quickly through to the police on the other side. Had we not held our breath we could've been as high as kites too ! We ended up having to walk further than was really needed to reach our accommodation but our host actually came looking for us as he was worried re the protests. We weren't hard to spot 3 ...
... wonderful mood.
Our next goal was the Duomo but we were again side tracked en route by an unexpected pleasure. We passed San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore which is part of the former Benedictine monastery from the 9th century built on a Roman site which also contained the vineyard of Leonardo Da Vinci (he needed to own land in order to live in Milan and paint). The ceiling and every interior wall (and parts of the exterior as well) is covered ...