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... the lunch hour began. The builders came in in hordes. Seated, supplied with bread and wine followed by pasta and then time to get back to work. We moved on and later found a great pizza place. Pizzas are good here (unlike Rome). We then followed Fabio's advice and caught the ferry into Como. We spent the afternoon walking about the main part of the city - lovely old buildings, huge Duomo (surprise!!), partially unfinished waterfront, shops ...
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 ...
... We were in awe (see all the pictures I took which does not do the view justice). After this, we walked around the city until we found the botanical gardens. Sadly, some of it was closed due to the cold (it had snowed a couple days before). So we decided to walk to the Castello di San Vigilio on the top of the mountain. We saw that this road would take us there and it looked short and straight. However, the ...
... The most striking example of this is the recent addition to the Scala Opera House-- while preserving the theatre and stage portion of the opera house, Milan built an enormous, modern backstage and rehearsal hall flush up against the back of the original building. We also made a quick stop at Sforza Castle - which now houses twelve distinct museums. Devin, who told us we shouldn't believe what guides tell you, said that 70% of the art in Europe can be found in Milan. ...
... some nice bread rolls with salami and ham. We eat at the park next to the lake where the tourist boats leave from. It's so nice basking in the warm sun.
After lunch we walk to the Funicular, a small train that climbs to the summit. Even in the middle of winter the train is packed full of people. The angle of accent is about 45 degrees, so I am glad for the Funicular as it would be a long hard walk to the summit.
Well the views at the top are absolutely ...