First we arrived on Isola Pescatori, which has retained its charm as a quaint fishing village.
There are many little shops, restaurants, and residences all packed together along winding corridors -
I really like this girl's toile bubble skirt -
Although, her grandmother didn't seem to approve of my husband's antics -
We stopped by this waterfront cafe -
...and met a snuggly friend -
How can you resist that -
He may have talked us into getting a cat for our daughters. We hated to leave this peaceful island, but our boat driver said we had to move on. During our time there, we did purchase a necklace for each of our daughters and this ring for me -
We took a short ride to Isola Bella where Count Borremeo built a castle in 1632.
There were peacocks wandering the grounds which added even more elegance to this ancient structure -
These waterlilies remind me of a Monet painting -
Napoleon once slept in this castle, and I can tell you that he had a fabulous view from his guest suite -
On Day 5, we took our favorite excursion of the whole trip...