Milan Speranza Au Lac
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... it in the hight of summer with boats on the lake & all the beautiful people sipping their macchiatos on the tree lined shore. We dropped our beaut little car off the afternoon, safe & sound. It has served us well the little Merc A180. Over 3000km, through all the traffic, tiny little "streets " that were never designed with a car in mind, busy ...
... funicular we wanted to ride. The weather was still on the gray side but stayed dry for our first evening of walking around.
We slept in a bit the next day and, after a short walk around our part of town (drizzling and grayish), we rode the funicular up the mountain to the town above Como where we had lunch and then a short hike. While cloudy, the rain had let up so it was ...
... 8211; it was very steep and one knee complained. Also walking down means you have to walk or bus back along the busy road, not much fun after walking for a few hours away from the traffic.
(See http://www.meetup.com/Explore-Italy-Cyc ling-Gastronomy-Wine/events/220863186/ [English] for photos on a nicer day – click the ‘See all" link near the top of the page ...
... We set off for Lake Como, our next stop, this is the most spectacular and least visited of the Italian Lakes, set in the shadow of the snow covered Rhaetian Alps. The first part of the journey was on the motorway, still passing mile after mile of vineyards, occasionally there were some large stables with lots of horses in paddocks. After leaving the motorway the road to the lake was slow and ...
... conspiracy was at work. We didn't have this trouble in Poland.
With our hearts in our mouth, we drove back up the hill and around the corner and found the excellently named "Motorsport Stresa", which seemed hopefully less crammed with vehicles. Furthermore, the pleasant young man who spoke to us had a little bit of English, which could only be good. But he regretfully shook his head, and said "no". Disappointment and woe filled my boots, but my GLW was not prepared to ...