Mercure Bergamo Palazzo Dolci
Travel Blogs from Bergamo
... us to see everything including the 50 piece orchestra who were as interesting to watch as the production itself. At times there must have been over 200 actors on stage and there were at least 7 or 8 horses that made their appearance. I couldn’t help but wonder if the horses were stabled in the old lions’ dens and if they could still smell or sense them anymore. It certainly didn’t seem like they were upset by anything. It was such a large ...
... garden importing rare plants from around the world that have flourished in the Como climate. Whilst the house was only sparsely decorated the gardens were the highlight of the visit.
Richard again decided on a restful afternoon while Julie walked around the lake to another beautiful garden at Villa Melzi.
For dinner to celebrate our Anniversary we had made resevations at La Goletta a restaurant at The Grand Hotel Villa Serbelloni, and they provided ...
... hundred people has a station, and has a regular ferry service to Bellagio. We could base ourselves in Varenna, and then catch the ferry somewhere else.
Well, that was the plan. What we didn’t count on was falling for the charms of our accidental home. This place is amazing. Yes, we have tired legs from climbing up and down the narrow cobbled walkways that connect the houses to the lake, and yes, we’ll have to find a better way to get our ...
... family Roberto, Carlo and Raymondo. They had a fruit trees in their garden and we got to pick fresh apricots whenever we liked. At the end of our street we had a beautiful old church with a tall bell tower that rung every half an hour. Roberto and family lived in the lower city. The upper city or Citta Alta was built by the Venetian's in the 17th Century. It was built high in the mountains and was surrounded by a big wall to protect the fortress in the middle. ...
... 9 with our issues hoping they could help…but Zio Enrico was onhis way to Mass so we left Tantianne to rest and we went back to hotel for some breakfast.
We then went back to E & T'A to meet up with Zio Enrico to go to the Commune di Italia to start proceedings on my passport (Euro). Zio Enrico and I took off into town while Mary went back to the Hotel.
For the rest of the morning we went to the Commune and were directed ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility