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Travel Blogs from Lezzeno
... road seemed to be a pedestrian street as it was cobbled, narrow and full of people and we were sure we shouldn’t be driving down it but surprisingly this is the main road into town. The hotel Florence was a delight, right on the banks of picturesque Lake Como. I had a beautiful room with a window opening to the view. We had a walk around the very picturesque town, bought a few souvenirs and later cracked a bottle of Ayala champagne that Barbara and Leigh ...
We have breakfast on the Terrace that provides us with a great view of Lake Como, the sun is shining, a family of swans are swimming past. The breakfast spread is good, coffee is good, ah Bellagio it is everything we expected. As the shops are not open we decide on a walk around to Punta Spartivento or Point where the Wind divides, or to you the Point of the Peninsular. It provides great views to both sides of Lake Como to Varenna to the East and Managgio to the West.
... 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 ...
... payment. After dropping them off at Varenna the Ferry continued and we were soon pulling into Bellagio and it is a brilliant sight. Our Hotel is only 50 meters from the ferry terminal so we check in, but as our room isn't ready, we go for a walk along the promenade, have a sandwich and a cold beer for lunch and watch all the beautiful tourists walk by.
We check in and our room is just what I requested, third floor, northern ...
... an Italian from Lake Como was in California and observed how the covered wagon worked. He later returned to Lake Como and designed the Lucia, with the bones or hoops allowing a canopy to be erected as necessary according to the weather. A unique design where the oarsmen stand upright, using a single oar each. The skiffs were used to transport people and goods around Lake ...