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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 ...
Leaving Milano, we started the day with Bergamo which is an ancient town about 40 km east of Milan we've been hearing a lot about. I have to admit that it wasn't as great as I thought it would be. Maybe it's just me setting my expectation too high.
The old town (citta alta) is up on the hill and we had to take ...
Abby and I left for Bergamo early on Saturday morning (4 am from our house exactly). We took a taxi to the airport. Once at the airport, we sat there for over an hour with nothing to do because apparently nothing in the Valencia airport is open that early. We hopped on a Ryanair flight and we were off. We arrived at the Milan Bergamo airport at around 8:30. We met a nice lady at the tourist desk who helped us ...
... we also decided to take a train to Monza this afternoon, to attend the Pit Lane Walk at the Autodromo track. The Pit Lane Walk was available for the 3 Day Pass Holders from 4-5pm this afternoon. With the assistance of the Trenitalia staff, we were able to catch a train within a few minutes from Milano Centrale to Monza station and then transfer to another train to Biassono station. Getting off in Biassono, we could walk to the race track. Otherwise, we would have to take ...
... as we didn't see another adult around, but how we didn't hear the door opening is a mystery. Poor Ron had packed all he needed for the plane trip in the back-pack so Ron and Jan lost their Gortex jackets, iPad, Kindle, noise deadening earphones etc. Ron has sworn never to come back to Italy and it does leave a bad taste in the mouth to think that people go to so much trouble to cheat, scam and thieve. After such a good six and a half weeks holiday, something like that can ...