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- Free parking
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... however, the surrounding countryside is pretty - vineyards everywhere and distant snow covered mountains. We detoured to Desenzano on the banks of Lake Garda. Clearly a summer holiday town but a beautiful town situated on the shores of a huge lake. The water is crystal clear. Lunch at local trattoria consisting of local trout - scrumptious, a walk around town, purchase of veggies and fruit from local markets and off to the autostrada. ...
We arrived in this beautiful city at dusk so we weren't able to get the most out of it. Stayed there only for one hour and we spent that time in Parco Civico capturing the flickering lights of the city surrounded by mountains. The view from the shores of Lake Lugano was fascinating. It's truly a must-visit city and I'd love to go back and see it in broad daylight. ...
... buses to get to our hostel. After about an hour that included bus rides and lots of stairs, we arrived at the hostel, where we dropped off our stuff and left to explore the city.
We first went to try to figure out the busses and trains (Abby wanted to go to Pisa the next day) in the lower city. However, we were at a loss and gave up on that idea. We headed to the Citta Alta, which is the upper medieval city ...
The weather report that we heard yesterday could not have been less accurate. This morning dawns bright and clear, a perfect day to ride the Como-Brunate funicular. Now old hands at getting around, today we ride the boat from Cernobbio into Como, faster, cheaper, less hassle and more convenient than driving. The ponte where we disembark is a pretty ten-minute walk to the base of the funicular.
A few facts: the Como-Brunate funicular, ...
... most selling more or less the same 'silk' products from Como among other souvenirs and all were packed with Sunday trippers. At least today, there was very little charm or 'atmosphere'.
The Bar Carillon is slightly out of town. The local polizia eat there among other Italians. We join them; Bob has pappardelle with mushrooms, tomatoes and prosciutto and I order the local specialty, buckwheat noodles ...