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... of some laptop/blogging time.
For now the rain has stopped and it’s feeling noticeably humid and muggy.
Waiting….waiting – at this rate I’ll be ready to enjoy the last of my Chianti by the time we get to Como!
Finally organised and off we set in our little Fiat Panda....haha what a hoot. The driving was quite taxing for poor David as nearly straight away we were driving over mountains and through tunnels with lots ...
... vocabulary from our bus driver. The lady sitting next to me captured the essence of the journey when she turned to me after some clunky attempts at communication about our predicament and said ' Italy is complicado e molto bella' Exactly! Once in Como we got our bearings and morning coffee, walked into the square and viewed the gorgeous cathedral. By then it was time for ...
... was about.
Back in the village we bought our pin and sat down about 1pm for lunch. We expected it to be very expensive up here hut it was a good price and the food was nice.
We made our way back to Como on the funicular and also got some gelato in town before heading back to our room. After being in the heat and walking I was quite tired and wanted a nap. David did want to head out on the bikes which didn't happen and I felt bad because he really wanted to ...
... at a most inopportune moment. When we arrived in Como, even I needed a strong drink. Como was very busy with people out shopping. Lisa and Ruth found all the jewellery shops - we also frequented a few makeup and granita shops. We had a lovely afternoon wandering in the sun. We made it home for bourbon and Prosecco in the setting ...
... one ticket which we all watch Michael carefully place in his wallet! Haha, and 11 of hop on board.
The trip is a sweet 3 minute ride across the lake.
We walk around admiring the neat and tidy little streets, climbing up and weaving around; browsing the many boutique stores and purchasing some wares. v
The palace is opulent and majestic with many rooms adorned by paintings tapestries and artefacts with most rooms having magnificent visitas of the lake, ...