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Lake Como Photo Gallery

A Hinckley from Maine feels right at home on Lake Como in Northern Italy.

October 4, 2007
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Lake Como has often served as a movie set. Gary John Norman

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Riding in the Hinckley T29 R makes you feel like a star. Gary John Norman

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Shaped like an inverted Y, Lake Como is tucked away in Northern Italy’s lake country just north of Milan. Gary John Norman

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The lake, with its verdant hills, terraced gardens and villa-dotted shoreline, is a boating paradise. Gary John Norman

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The author and his wife enjoy the Hinckley and the view of Bellagio in the background. Gary John Norman

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The little lakeside towns with bell towers and wonderful restaurants have a charm all their own. Gary John Norman

Hinckley

Ever since the days of Pliney the Elder, Lake Como has been a magnet for the rich and famous. Gary John Norman

Hinckley

Gary John Norman

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Cruising at 25 knots is fun, even in November, on Lake Como. Gary John Norman

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Gary John Norman

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Gary John Norman

Hinckley

Gary John Norman
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