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... no relevance to the story, but had said that while she was there, she was going to pick up a copy of a book on Lucca that she'd had her eye on for a while. It's the sort of book you see in lots of places, A4 size, in full colour with lots of glossy pictures and unashamedly aimed at tourists and visitors. Off she went, and duly returned with the book, waving it triumphantly in it's bag, before putting it down on the kitchen table. Ali picks it up to have a look, and ...
... 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 ...
... was out and we got a glimpse of what Como must really be like in the summer. It was marvelous and the town Duomo in the centre was a sight to see. We wandered around the streets taking in all we missed over the last two days and sat outside a café eating Croissants and drinking orange juice people watching. The bus wasn’t coming until 1 30 so we went for another stroll along the lakeside and took in all the views. Watched water planes take off on adventures around ...
... La Darsena at 8pm. We were just seated and looking at menu when in walked Peter and Edwina so we changed our tables to sit together. Very relaxed atmosphere with beautiful food. Tried Aperoll as an aperitif as recommended by Edwina. Looked like Tizer! Had pumpkin risotto with venison to start, Stu had lentil with sausage soup. Followed by duck and steak. We tried a selection of deserts and had to be rolled back to hotel. Great company, wine and ...