Starhotels Cristallo Palace
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... couple of kilometres from here). Exhausted we make our way back down, gelato to power up, ferry back to home and cook up dinner.
Today we are back on the ferry to Como, walk along the foreshore to check out some large villas on the west side - now all owned by the Como Provincial Government, then onto the 'fast boat' and up to Menaggio which is midway north up the lake. The lake is 46km from one end to the other, so I guess we travel 20 ...
... to reach there.
Well from the outside of city there is a breathtaking view of the upper town but once you are in it I woudn't say the same. Still there is plenty to see wandering around the streets and lots of lovely churches to explore. But it's definitely not the best medieval town in Italy.
... We were in awe (see all the pictures I took which does not do the view justice). After this, we walked around the city until we found the botanical gardens. Sadly, some of it was closed due to the cold (it had snowed a couple days before). So we decided to walk to the Castello di San Vigilio on the top of the mountain. We saw that this road would take us there and it looked short and straight. However, the ...
... inlaid in the stony forecourt.
Each time Video Girl and Battery Boy enter a church the interiors seem to be grander than the last. You could spend hours with your head tilted back trying to examine the minute details of ...
... you a lot though. A coffee and croissant for two can vary from 5 to 16 Euros depending where you buy it so venue selection is key. Can’t say too much about Milan except it really isn’t a big tourist destination but we enjoyed our brief visit to the City. The standard of train travel in Italy is certainly down towards the bottom of our preference list so far.
Looking forward to our trip up to the Swiss Alps tomorrow. Quite literally onwards and upwards.