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Opened the window of our room today and saw a beautiful view across Lake Como. It was 7 degrees at 7 o'clock, however the weather was forcasted for a sunny 18 degrees - which is unseasonably warm for this time of year. The clouds and mist were quite heavy across the lake.
First thing on our agenda was to visit the Villa Carlotta, an …
From Asti, we took two trains to Milan, the financial and fashion capital of Italy. Surprisingly, it was blue skies when we arrived in Milan - we were expecting cold and miserable.
We walked up the steps to the top of the Duomo of Milan. I was disappointed after experiencing the Duomo in Florence. The view at the top was boring and not …
... there was room for everyone. The costumes and the sets were very striking and colourful all except one scene where they had tried to paint some mountains but these were not very realistic at all and Leigh could have done a much better job!
We stayed the night in a little apartment that Barbara had booked through airbnb. It’s best selling point was that it was within easy walking distance of the amphitheatre as it was quite stuffy and cramped but the ...
... and the many large villas along the shores. Back to our room for a cold beer and an afternoon nanna nap for Richard to recharge his batteries. Julie took a hike up and down to the small fishing village of Pescallo, We both decide that we would have a quiet night and had a pizza in our room for dinner.
Saturday 9th August 2014
Well we made it - 40 years of wedded bliss.
Today we decide to purchase a day pass for the Ferry and explore ...
... back to the railway station, but we’ve fallen for the place just the same. I think the key is the unassuming way the town just gets on with being, while people like us come and go. The little piazza below our window is the only square in the town so it’s not only the place where people meet, but also a favourite spot for kids to run and do the things kids do.
We’ve even grown attached to the church with the bell we’ve named ...