Mercure Bergamo Palazzo Dolci
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... on ferry. Decided to eat out at a wine bar that Stu's colleague Amy had recommended called Cantina Follie. Designed like a wine cellar they serve meats, cheese, bread and wine. We tried 5 types of wine of which Stu enjoyed 3! Progress. Met owner, Dutch man who was very welcoming. Bought two bottles Stu liked and two bottles I liked then worried about how to get that in car! Back at hotel and bumped into Edwina and Peter so enjoyed drinks in bar. Lovely end to great ...
... few buildings (again, covered in creeper vines) before we saw the little harbour where a lady was starting to dispose of some stale bread to the ducks. Our kids were quick to take the bread when the lady offered it, and it kept the kids entertained for ages. The ducks must be used to it as they were feeding straight from the hand. Our memory of Bellagio will be of the duck feeding on the other side rather than the ritzy hotels facing the harbour ...
... artists. Crossing the Lecco section of the lake we viewed Varenna to the east, Cadenabbia on the western shore looking at villas, gardens and palazzo's. We reached Villa Balbianello, now a part of the Italian Natioal Trust, formerly the home to Italian explorer Guido Monzino. The gardens were impressive (used in the Star Wars movie) as was the collection of books and artefacts he ...
... that same touristy feel as somewhere like Bruges, and somehow still retains charm and feels so unselfconscious, largely just going about its day to day business. It was also great having the local knowledge and benefit of introductions afforded to us by Fabio and Simona. We saw the bar owner (and his dog) from the night before again at a café we stopped in for an espresso the next morning, and he greeted us warmly as if we’d been in Bergamo for months! You wouldn’t get ...
... but rules still insisted that peoples shoulders and knees be covered to enter the church. I guess this caused some confusion for the faithful and their leadership according to Ludovich. The pope replied that, "at least she has more clothing than Adam and Eve". We walk through the spectacular shopping center covered with steel and glass and many famous shops, stroll through neighborhoods learning tidbits about Milan and how much ...