Mulino Di Prada
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... she did give me a bill / receipt too.
I head to the door, and after some grappling with the pushing / pulling & finally finding the release button, I’m out. And I’m on my bike and away home, back before the hour I’d planned to be away was up.
At home I scan & translate (yes, Google again) the paper they gave me. Besides suggesting ice and not brushing, it also suggest I smoke less and avoid alcoholic drinks for 4-5 days. I ...
Today is Easter Friday … agreed?
But many companies work today – it's not a public holiday the way it is in NZ. Huh?
And in case you’re interested, yes, Easter Monday is a public holiday.
To start you off properly as you leave work for the long weekend, everyone says "Felice pasqua" or ...
We woke up rested from jet lag and got ready for the day. We ended up missing breakfast so we went to the cafe shop and had some expresso and a croissant. We explored the supermarket that was under our hotel and found some vienetta minis for sale but did not buy them. Then Sergio and albertina and our parents came and picked us up from the hotel. The airport called albertina to let them know my mothers bag had arrived so we were going to head to Milan. We crafted a trip to lake ...
Milano - the Melbourne of Italy I have been missing home a bit and this city definitely has a vibe. Plenty of ostentatious designer shops but also a more hip and grungy side especially in Navigli where we stayed. Me like ! Just like Melbourne the airport is a long was from the city ( but you have great views of snow capped alps in the distance) and so a cab it was. Our hotel the Art Hotel Navigli was very nice and we had a 2 bedroom suite which was great ( with supermarket opposite). ...
... choose where to live. Whatever job you had, you were locked into that living situation and that slot in society. Glad things aren't that way today here in Western Europe or America. Nowadays a common worker could easily live in a nicer house than his supervisor--if that's what he wants to give priority to. Outside of your job, nobody can really tell what position you have or how highly educated you are. I'm glad we don't ...