B&B D' E'Co Milano
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- Continental Breakfast
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... takes us over the road to place to educate us in the Italian way of ordering a drink at dinner time and getting a feed off the bar from the beautiful finger food they have kindly put out for you while you eat. Calamari, olives, breads, pastas and much more. It is amazing that this array of food is put out for anyone who is drinking. While being polite with Jenn and Don as the dinner the girls have prepared is waiting for us, we head home to enjoy a night of good food and ...
... for the
oldest member of the group due to way to much alcohol. Dancing to a
heavy beat as the pain from my heels stabs the bottoms of my feet and
shot up my legs, I take a second to consider sitting down but that
thought quickly evaporates when you have to pay for a table to sit at
or when you realize how much it will suck to stand back up again
afterwards.. oor when you realise how much fun you ...
... loved this city.
I arrived at possibly the most beautiful train station in the world, where I met Cristina before heading to her place.
One of the things I loved most about Milan was the graffiti and Street art.There is a lot of bad graffiti around the city, adding to the grungy feel I loved so much, but if you keep your eyes open you will spot some masterpieces waiting to ...
... we tried to look as if we knew what we were doing! We were unscathed, but lots of tourists who got on our train were caught. We had a nice old Italian gentleman sitting opposite us, which made for a pleasant trip. Being first class they brought around drinks and chips ( though this didn't happen when we came from Rome to Milan, maybe because they were on strike?). Arrived in Mestre, and had to wait for twenty minutes for next leg. At this stage ...
... after we were underway flanked by not one, not two but three SNCF police! Whoever they were after they were pretty serious – either that or I don’t want to know what the penalty for fare evasion is in this part of France!
We disembarked again, at Chambery, ate, drank and re-embarked for the final leg to Milan. We were now back in a long distance train with the refinement of a power point, so that I can write this drivel. Of course it ...