Mulino Di Prada
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- Free parking
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- Pets allowed
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We had a relatively quiet start to this morning as our walking tour did not start until 10.30. This gave us time to shower, pack, breakfast, vibes mums ( mum S was not answering) and Bethany. It is lovely to hear some news from home. We arrived punctually as that's how we roll and the guide did not turn up. A few others were there waiting as well. We gave up and decided to do it ourselves as we really only have a short time until the train leaves at 2 .05 pm. We went to ...
... and the shops are all big names as well, Zara, Gucci, Benetton you name it and you will find it here. We decided to split up when we got here. Richard had a small window to get to the De Rosa bike factory and Sue decided to try to post back our winter clothes as we will not be needing them anymore. She failed as the courier company the receptionist said was in the train station was not there, fed ...
... lined with bars & restaurants with lights strung across the canal providing an ideal setting. It's only 10.00pm so let's go and have a walk and have a look. As we go past reception, Pipi suggests we take some umbrellas as rain is forcast. He was right, within 5 minutes it is raining but it is still warm and comfortable. Out of nowhere appear gentlemen of African descent on every corner selling umbrellas, taking advantage of the situation as their normal handbag ...
Arriving in Milan late Monday afternoon left us no time for museums or churches, but we made good use of our evening exploring the Brera neighborhood, enjoying one last pizza, and wandering streets up to the Duomo -- for gelato from Grom and for last looks at the Galleria and extraordinary ...
... me more about the area, the house, the girls and most importantly the puppy that lives downstairs with her mum.
I unpacked a little...basically I took my pyjamas out of the case and then lay in bed wondering what on earth I had let myself in for...
My first few hours in Italy don't sound very exciting but it's the beginning of my story and to me it was very exciting!