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... to try and make her dress longer.
WE spent an enjoyable time wandering about the cathedral. Its big, beautiful, cool inside, and has some amazing stained glass windows. There were pews to sit on and pray, and some people were praying on their knees, most people however were using this time as free sit down space in a cool shady place (it was 34 degrees outside). One lady was eating her lunch at the pews, another was breastfeeding a baby.
... and maybe a couple of other smaller vessels. Maybe it gets busier in summer proper? In any case, it felt kind of surreal to be on the water, in Italy, watching the world go by. Loved it.
And then we disembarked again at Bellagio and spent a pleasant couple of hours walking around the little shops. They were selling jewellery, silk scarves, ties, touristy stuff, lots of high end clothing and locally grown wines. Shops and cafes seemed to spring up from every crevice - up ...
... they would move to virtual accounts and will cut off some paperwork.
Apart from eating non-stop, we did have a lot of learning because we met many stakeholders who gave us a deep guide to BCD travel and its functions. Not only that, we got to work together on a project and learn from each other. I already knew HR in BCD does a superb job but after hearing to Christian Dahl ...
... too quickly.
As the funicular was literally carved out of the mountain, there is not much other than rock to see on the way . Brunate is a separate town, and the funicular services locals as well as tourists. The first time though, the civilization at the top comes as a surprise. Along with the hotels, restaurants, bars, shops, a church, a library, rental properties and a lighthouse and most important for us there is a trifecta ...
... of conifers and maples, and shrubs, enhanced with statuary and temples.
The boat ride back is sunnier and more crowded. Few people bother to take photos of anything other than the Villa Oleander aka the house of George. Back at the dock in Cernobbio, we find that the small Sunday market we saw being set up on our way out is now in full swing. Along with cheeses, 'salumi' (Italian deli), pastries, caramels ...