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... pieces that I have in my room. The bells from the church in the square ring on the hour. I think they may stop after about 10pm and start again at 7am. Day 2: Lazy start to the day. I wander over for my breakfast at the cafe and catch up on emails etc. After breakfast I walk to the train station to confirm the times for tomorrow. I buy a ticket for the early morning train. Then I head off for the walk ...
... some cases after establishing your identity, vis a vis are you one of the good guys or the bad guys as defined by that business.
The door opens and I enter and find my way through a reception area to another set of glass sliding doors which open in front of me and I’m in front of the reception desk.
'Buon giorno’ I say but then, after such a wonderful start, ask, ‘Can you speak English?’ The two women, in a friendly way admit that ...
... is on Lago Di Como (lake Como). It's across the lake from Bellagio (of George Clooney fame). Took an hour to get there and Greta, my air BnB host was waiting for me. We drove to the BnB. Oh no! It's up 2 flights of stairs. No lift! Greta and I struggled up with my suitcase. I don't know what will happen in Paris. I think it's 8 floors up and no lift. ****! Anyway, got organised with info etc. The Internet is a bit hit and miss. Then went out to ...
... days in there. They even had an entire submarine on display left our little Motat for dead I am afraid.
Found an amazing organic restaurant for lunch then on to see the ancient Roman Colonnade. This is in front of the Basilica di San Lorenzo and one of the few remaining Roman structures still standing in Milan.
Had another look at the Duomo on the way back for our train home for our last night in Como before we head off for Stuttgart.
... closed for up to four months. However the girls did find, somehow, to do some shopping. We went up a little street of ever upward going steps, it had shops that sold almost anything. At the end of that street we saw a cool little shop that sold wood carvings and wood turning (=Dad happy) to glass turtles. They also had cool chess sets that had different characters for each one. No two were the same. They had ...