Harmony Suite Hotel
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Today we headed for the lakes, which were a half hour drive from our north Milan base.
Lake Como had been identified as the prettiest and as we passed the town of Como, we headed on up the lakeside to Tremmezo, where we wanted to stop at Villa Carlotta.
The lake itself is vast and clearly a very popular area judging by the amount of houses and villas that were clinging to the rocks all ...
Rain and more rain! Had great breakfast while we watched lightening across the lake this morning. It's lashing it down. Had relaxing start to day. Catching up with blog. Late afternoon we decided to catch speed boat to Como town about 40 minutes away. Was great to see more of the lake which is so beautiful with villas along most of the lake edge and the ret of the mountains are covered in lush vegetation. The boat stopped a couple of times due ...
... right on the lakefront. This morning, we awoke to heavy cloud and light rain. We were so pleased we had done our walk yesterday, as today we planned an easy day. After breakfast, armed with our umbrellas and coats, we took the ferry to Bellagio, which is a very pretty town. We wandered around as the shops started to open. Many of the lakefront boutiques are very expensive, so we just window-shopped there. Our guide book informed us that the ...
... younger years... And with that, I finally reach the end of the Valtellina valley. From here water flows into Lake Lecco and on south towards the plains. But that's not where I'm headed, of course. I'm veering north, upstream up the Chiavenna Valley... straight towards Splugenpass and ...
... register, and belt out one of my tunes, to the amusement of the other customers, bringing some cheer to what otherwise must be a rather monotonous day.
We get to talking--turns out he, the shop owner is not Italian, he's Ecuadorian and his wife is Mexican and have come here to this Italian mountain town to seek a better life. "We're happy here--people accept us well..." he tells me after we swap stories of our memories of Latin America.
A little later ...