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... Surrounded by the intricate cake like laciness of marble sculpture we walked across the rooftops between the turrets. We took many more photos. After realising that time was now getting short we then rushed down to the stairs, caught the metro back the 4 stops to the Hotel Maddison and walked to 300m to the train station - that's why we booked accommodation close to the station! We made the train with 20 mins to spare so we bought a snack boarded and we were on our way to ...
We had decided to take the Ferry up to another village on the lakeside, but actually arrived at the Quay in time for an earlier ferry. So we ended up catching the 9:10 ferry to Urio. As we climbed on board, the rain started, and as we cast off, that rain changed to horizontal, so we abandoned to top deck to go downstairs.
Luckily when we reached Urio the rain let up for a while. The only cafe near the dockside turned out to be a restaurant, despite having "cafe" written ...
... return our security deposit, and to call Jane "the perfect wife" - not like those Nowegians from a couple of weeks ago who left such a terrible mess.
As we made our way further and further north, we soon lost count of the number of miles a stationary traffic going in the other direction.
We had planned a stop in Modena for lunch, but unable to easily find somewhere nice, we finally ended up in a ...
... wonderful out of the way restaurant called la Tavernetta da ELIO for lunch.
The waiter was great and it was another lovely experience. Craig had much better Zucci di Fiore (zucchini flowers) and they had cheese and anchovies in them – he was happy! I had a delicious Cassoulet (basically cannellini beans with sausage) but it was so tasty. Craig also had Ravioli with various cheeses and sage – yum and … tiramisu. A most enjoyable sojourn ...
... miss it.
Next stop was The Duomo, in Duomo Square which is Milan's main cathedral, a massive late Gothic church in white marble, with hundreds of spires and thousands of statues on its exterior and a famous fašade. Inside the cathedral taking photos is permitted only on purchase of a €2 wrist band.
By the time we had finished enjoying the sight of Duomo, it was the time for our appointment with "The Last Supper". Word of ...