B&B D' E'Co Milano
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An early rise to the morning, which was half way through my Australian birthday and the start of my Italian Birthday...hmmm good on you time differences, confusing to say the least! I arrived in Milano with a few hours to spare before Kates train arrived, i decided to take a stroll and find some nice streets to walk through which wasn't hard at all! majority of the cobble stone ...
... king) and paid the price of standing in a line for 20 mins! I then bought a Metro ticket and walked to Francesca's school to catch the metro with her to Marco and Filppos school.
My legs are now hardly in working order and my back is so sore from carrying bags and purchases! Had an amazing day, and os grateful for my life at the moment! a 12hour day in Milan is exhausting but so worth the energy!
Ciao, Elle xxx
... me (Andrea is a guy!) They have arranged one of the suites for me with great view. I can't get my arms down when I open the door. Check out the pics!
So theme of today is wellbeing, with my QC terme ticket in my hand, I make my way to the SPA.
Bathrobes and slippers are walking around the arch hallways of this little SPA pearl! Doors open into a big hall ...
... of about 20 desserts and when Steve went to order, was told that only 3 were available!
Today we started out walking to the city center…somewhat of a frustration since I enjoy a leisurely walk drinking in the culture of the city and the historic buildings. The pavement is very uneven so I need to pay attention to where I’m walking. Steve, on the other hand, just wants to get to where ...
"First of all, let's get one thing straight. Your Italy and our Italia are not the same thing. Italy is a soft drug peddled in predictable packages, such as hills in the sunset, olive groves, lemon trees, white wine, and raven-haired girls. Italia, on the other hand, is a maze. It's alluring, but complicated. It's the kind of place that can have you fuming and then purring in the space of a hundred metres, or in the course of ...