Palace Hotel Zingonia
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... stop for me is Villa Carlotta which is a villa and a lovely garden. 9 euro. Back in the boat to Bellagio. Another beautiful town. I have lunch here. I have a buffet which is disappointing. You actually have to use a microwave to heat things if you want them hot. Didn't realise this to start with. You can go back 3 times (primo, secondi and dessert). Cost 15euro including a glass of wine. Back on the boat ...
I'm trying to decide – what do you need and not need in life …
I had a tooth filling fall out a couple of weeks ago. Kept meaning to go & see a dentist but finally got around to it today … I had been told the name of a dentist who spoke some English, not sure how much, who would be happy to see me.
So I headed off on my bike … following the wonderful Google maps (& Here.com which is what I have on my Nokia phone.)
... is on Lago Di Como (lake Como). It's across the lake from Bellagio (of George Clooney fame). Took an hour to get there and Greta, my air BnB host was waiting for me. We drove to the BnB. Oh no! It's up 2 flights of stairs. No lift! Greta and I struggled up with my suitcase. I don't know what will happen in Paris. I think it's 8 floors up and no lift. ****! Anyway, got organised with info etc. The Internet is a bit hit and miss. Then went out to ...
... hot chocolate ever at this cafe called Bar Rossi (where I wrote my last entry).
Today we are in Bergamo, a city that has been around since 49BC. BC stands for before christ and AD means for “anno Domini,” which is Latin for “in the year of our Lord.”
We will explore the oldest part of the city today!!!..........(Hope I don't get hit by a car!)
Hope you're surviving
... with Mr Senna. Why bother sit at a seat when you can stand and chat to the driver. I have photographic evidence to prove that Italians still make full use of hand gestures even when driving down a mountain on what appears, to the normal brain, to be the wrong side of the road. I was confused as to whether to advise the driver to, "Put your hand on the wheel!" Or to, "Look where you're going!" As both requests were relevant. It ...