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... after Zucchini Flowers and Campari dined on the four courses that had been prepared. The cooking school apartment was also a very upmarket B&B; we had a good look around and thought it would be a great one to return to some day. Our planned trip to La Fenice for the opera that evening did not eventuate due to a ticketing problem, so what better way to 'drown our sorrows' than to eat pizza and ...
Our final morning the bags were outside our room by 7:00 AM and down to breakfast at 7:15. The waiters were wearing white tuxedos this morning, but I left the camera in the room so no picture of them. We boarded the bus at 8:00 for one hour ride to the Milan airport, Malpensa Arpt-Milan. We arrived around 9:15 and proceeded to the passport check. Then ...
Sept 25 2014
now being quite skilled on the Milan Metro we headed to the Brera area and the Art Gallery where many famous artists are exhibited. Caravaggio,Rubens, Van Dyck, Rembrandt, Raphael and Bellini to name a few.
A wander around this very flash area followed by lunch at a recommended restaurant, Obika. Great ...
... station at Sacile to advise Zio and Zia of our arrival. I stayed at the house to mind the luggage. Elisa gave me a key to go inside, but I was happy to sit down and wait in the garage.
All's well that ends well. They came home and we all had a good laugh!
Later in the evening everyone came and said hello on their way home from their holiday. The children have all grown, and we met the newest addition, Manuel, who is of course spoilt by ...
... the 4th largest in the world and took 400 years to complete.
Life is a-buzzing in the piazza surrounding the cathedral - tourists, of course, abound and the ubiquitous pigeons put their stamp on the place. Plenty of photo opportunities. Buskers were also in ample supply - the pan flute player (with backing CD) from South America, numerous robotic-like human "statues" complete with heavy makeup, a lively violin player and even Hindu(?) "holy men", ...