Hotel Al Borducan
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... over the mountains, in the dark. I feel sorry for Gilberto as I'm not much company in the car. As soon as it gets dark, I seem to fall asleep in the car! He wakes me for a moment so I can see the lovely deer on the side of the road as we drive by. Home by 9.30pm and then I cook dinner for us- fish! Not in the oven like last time,but in the pan- a much better meal! And no left over fish for the local ...
... br> We then took the 20 minute car ferry journey over to Bellagio, which is said to be the most beautiful village on the lake.
It did have some lovely cobbled streets and some fantastic large private villas. We stopped for a late lunch and the best bowl of pasta we have had so far.
Into early evening we made our wasy back down the other side of the lake to Como, and then back to Milan.
... hadn't realised when we stopped in Bellinzona last night that it is a Unesco World Heritage listed site, as it has 3 magnificent castles built in the 13th, 14th & 15th centuries and surrounded by a high city wall, and then surprisingly the weekend was also Unesco 'open house' weekend, so all buildings were open and free to the public.
... town to town. We first went to Varenna and walked around. Then back to Bellagio for lunch on the lake. Then to Managgio and back again to Bellagio. It's all very beautiful here and we are just taking the opportunity to relax. We will use our balcony this evening for gazing into Lake Como and then tomorrow we make the trek to Strasbourg. Ciao ...
... br> GARDENS of Villa Carlota: beautiful Italian-style built in the 18th centurry. (Must be spectacular in the spring when their famous rhododendrons and azaleas are in bloom.) Could have spent all day roaming through all the paths. Spent about ...