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We arrived in Como after a long drive from Bassano via Verona and the Hertz office to replace, yet again, the GPS. The Neverlost might be the case on the odd occasion that it works, but without it getting lost is actually quite simple. Anyway, we found the office and a very kind man who quickly replaced the unit and we were on our way. Verona had been recommended to us as a place to visit - not sure why. It is a flat industrial city with plenty ...
We arrived in this beautiful city at dusk so we weren't able to get the most out of it. Stayed there only for one hour and we spent that time in Parco Civico capturing the flickering lights of the city surrounded by mountains. The view from the shores of Lake Lugano was fascinating. It's truly a must-visit city and I'd love to go back and see it in broad daylight. ...
... t driving through high mountains, but there was still quite a lot of hills to climb, small villages along the was and some of the hilltops offered great views of the area.
I stopped at a service station up near Vercelli in the central plains of North Italy. Had a coffee, a snack and had time to charge my phone and camera at a makeshift charging station. My bum and shoulders was starting to ache, but I still had a ...
... 1 night but unfortunately we needed to get to our airport hotel in Milan so we could fly to Croatia the following day. So we had to get the ferry back to Como station. The ferry took 2 hours and we went past George Clooney's house! Once we arrived at the station, once again Italian trains confused us and I'm pretty sure we had the wrong ticket but thankfully we didn't get caught! We finally arrived at our strange airport hotel. Our room was huge and we ...
... on a piece of paper and put it on the dashboard, he'll do the rest. Really, can't see this taking off at home, but it seems to work here. All the local cars had little paper clocks on their dashboards that they adjust to the arrival time. All the pic's we've seen show the cable car going up the side of the mountain almost vertically. Liz, and I, sensibly, decide to wait for them in a lakeside restaurant. Seems the cable car closes for lunch and they come back ...