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Travel Blogs from Bergamo
... melted from the villages. After settling in we go for a walk around the village, out to the Sanctuary a small church dedicated to the Madonna of the Snow- she is celebrated on 5th August as she is credited with saving the lives of many of the townspeople in 1622 when it snowed on 5th August so they couldn't go to battle. Many others from other towns went and were killed in the ...
I know it's been a while since my last post but having been in one place for the last month I figured I didn’t need to write quite as much, or perhaps that’s just my excuse for being lazy. In Zinal (A ski village in the Swiss alps) I absorbed the relaxed vibe of the people and town in general and found myself postponing everything until the infinite tomorrow. More than a month went by without me even noticing, something I’m sure you ...
... my new running capris, not very exciting..... Monday, I saw Christine off about lunchtime and headed back to the Duomo. This time I actually went inside and up to the terraces. After a quick lunch of the delicious Milanese fried bread, /i went to Museo Novecentro, a modern art museum, inspired by the Guggenheim, which was very cool too. I think I would like to return to Milan as there is so much to see and do, that we just ran out of time to do it ...
... time. I arrived to my apartment, which was lovely within the picturesque borgo of Bellagio. Bellagio is stunning. It was build on tourist trade and that hasn't changed (or wealthy peoples summer houses). It's not the same touristy feeling that you get in the bigger tourist cities like Roma or Firenze. I wandered the streets and walked to Pescallo, a little fishing village only a few ...
... Italian area and very romantic. We decide right there that we will eat in tonight, it is just too perfect not to enjoy. After our lunch, we head out to see if there is a market. We see a salumeria which has home made pasta and we inquire about a casoncelli stuffed pasta. The owner does not speak English but the girl there tells me it is stuffed with ham, salami, breadcrumb, parma cheese, and we know this is what we will have. They open again at 1530 so we move ...
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