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... starting at Bellagio where I wanted to exchange a lovely pair of earrings bought a few days ago for a slightly larger shape. Then I took the ferry to Menaggio, which is almost directly across from Varenna and a larger with more famous hotels and services. It is quite a long walk from the ferry to the interesting part of the foreshore, and suddenly there were
traffic lights, petrol stations, banks and businesses ...
... as - to name just a few - Bramante, Michelangelo, Raphael and Bernini, made of the city the center of their activity, creating masterpieces like St Peter's Basilica, the Sistine Chapel, Raphael Rooms and St. Peter's ...
... the Exit Gates and could not be rescued! It was all too easy to make that fatal mistake.
Unfortunately, I did not study ancient history at school but I do remember being told the story of Romulus and Remus, and being an animal freak I recall being impressed that these two children of long ago were raised by a wild she-wolf. The not so nice legend is described by Wikipedia:
"According to Roman ...
... seat and you have to climb over strangers just to go pee. I just find it really weird. 'Excuse me person I don't know, who keeps watching my movie screen when you clearly have your own - I must empty my bladder now, please do not count the minutes that I am gone for...'. Karliana and I had to sit apart from each other despite the two possible seat switching options which were both refused. Tough crowd. After what seemed like a trillion years, we made it ...
... that we'll be upgraded to Business. Right now we're #s2 and 3 on the list. Gotta go so next time you hear from me you'll know if we ended up in the sardine can or up front . . .
Did you hear the champagne bottle opening and being poured into my glass??? Well, we DID get upgraded and what a difference it made! Fully reclining seats make for a very comfortable travel day. I had dinner with a nice glass of red and a wonderful ice ...