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... Milan in the 19th century. It is now home to a series of museums and art collections. We passed through the central courtyard to and wandered through the extensive Parco Sempione, stopping to get up close to some local wildlife. Afterwards we headed back into the retail district for a spot of shopping before mixing it with the rush hour traffic on the trip back past Lago di Como to Morbegno.
... but is still easier than the track down from the main road to the apartment. Wendy makes a fabulous salad and we take ourselves and the food and beer down to the garden where we enjoy an excellent lunch. The afternoon then is spent lounging around enjoying the sun and the view. Dinner we eat in - Liz has made spaghetti which is great and the wine we bought in Bellagio sets it off beautifully. In the end a very pleasant end to a rather tough day for us ...
... we went back to where the sign was to find there was another smaller road heading up. We went up and it got very narrow. There were a few cars parked and then a sign we were unsure about - did it mean no entry? Or no parking? We thought it meant the road was one way and in our direction so we continued on a bit only to find it got so narrow that the car was hardly fitting. We decided that maybe the sign had said it was a pedestrian road only. So Wendy now had to ...
... she then complained she couldn't see anything except peoples backs. Hmm, lady you are standing with your back to a window - if you turn around you will be able to see the view like everyone else! It was a bit unfortunate that the weather had turned a bit. The normal haze we have been experiencing had become very thick during lunchtime so the view was not as spectacular as it could have been, but it is still very good. And we could imagine what the view without haze would be. At the ...
... as they please on our trip. That act has turned them into consummate shoppers. Every candy store, toy store, dress shop, gellatoria is cause for serious investigation in case the perfect item might be inside. Final purchases? Tyler- a 1 euro smurf and a 2 euro plastic motorcycle. Evie - a 1 euro smurf and some postcards.
It is worth noting that this Tom and Sue's 3rd trip to the small town of Bergamo. Our first was time was 1994 when Sue had won a free trip ...