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... Sforzesco for a brief walk around - it is huge and beautifully built with rounded brick turrets and huge courtyards. We decided not to catch the metro but walk through the city, it is more interesting that way. We then visited the Duomo for an inside look. We took the audio tour, visited the crypt and found a cardinal Alfredo Ildefonso Schuster who was honoured for his contributions. He might be related! We then decided to go up to the roof of the Duomo ( ... Steps). What ...
... been packed up for the night due to the rain.
Tuesday 5 August 2014
We awake early, 3:30am, and wait for breakfast to be ready at 7, good continental spread & good coffee, then we are off to see the sights. First up is a viewing of Leonardo's "The Last Supper" which is very popular and tickets are booked out 3 months in advance. While waiting outside we ckeck over the street vendor's stall and come away with a T shirt, last supper prints and ...
... it, so they recommended a cafe further along the lakeside. 20 minutes walk later, we were sitting there, drinking our coffees and cokes, and watching the swans and ducks on the lake. A short walk further to the next ferry stop - and the heavens opened again, only this time it was torrential. Once on the ferry we could barely see the shore!
Getting back to Como was stopped at a restaurant / gelaterie for a lovely lunch, and by 2:30 we were in the car ready to start the ...
... return our security deposit, and to call Jane "the perfect wife" - not like those Nowegians from a couple of weeks ago who left such a terrible mess.
As we made our way further and further north, we soon lost count of the number of miles a stationary traffic going in the other direction.
We had planned a stop in Modena for lunch, but unable to easily find somewhere nice, we finally ended up in a ...
... I think) while Shane and I admired this amzing place. It was like a zoo but only better as all the animals were already dead!! There was even Kiwi and Emu!!
As with most places visited we found a hidden food gem! We stumbled accross the most delicious bakery. They sold all the different kinds of bread by weight, very odd but so divine. We learnt how to pronounce 'Foccacia' properly and filled our bellies up with it!!
All Aboard...Venice Bound