B&B Casa Baseggio
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... drive to Milan was reasonably quick. After navigating the chaotic streets of Milan, we found our apartment including a terrace garden. I can't believe how the Italian's park and drive. We went to dinner the first night with the Gavigallies (family friends of Jenny & Volker). It was a wonderful night and it was lovely to catch up with Sabrina and Mario again. The next day we got a train to the church where Leonardo Divinci painted the Last Supper. I have ...
... Accademia, and next the Santa Maria. We spent the rest of the afternoon
strolling along the narrow streets window-shopping and taking photos. So far we
only took photos in the museums of Paris and a few of the main architectural
features, Venice had photo opportunities around every corner. Once back to our
hotel we showered up and decided that this first night would be the best to
experience the traditional and authentic ...
... Ethan. Shortly after my birthday he moved to Italy. We were able to communicate and time it so we could see him in Italy. After shopping, pictures and lots of catching up we unfortunately had to leave. It was another 5 hour drive back, where we weren't allowed to sleep because it would mess up our sleep schedules. Tomorrow we leave for Germany, our last country before I come home. ...
... The glass manufactured here was famous for many centuries, in fact, mirrors were only manufactured from this area since the secret for making them was closely guarded for hundreds of years. We walked through the town of Murano and Mom checked out all the shops, eyeing their handmade glass specialties. The work was beautiful and each unique in its own way. She bought some items at a store with their small shop located just behind the store where all ...
... of some sort, but each one way ticket is 7 euros (between $9 and $10 USD). There are pass options for tourists, but they are no bargain. A seven day pass was 50 euros!
The fresh air and open spaces without a million tourists was wonderful! We arrived at our first winery which was a small producer, and had a very serious wine tasting, with six different proseccos. You probably know that I really ...