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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 ...
... br> having! As the oldest of the group, 29, was wasted beyond belief, and it
was much to difficult to take care of her, we figured she was old
enough to take care of herself and whatever would happen throughout
the night. My friend, Louisa, who invited me to the party, had many
friends in the club. She was running here and there saying hello and making new friends so as you can imagine, I did not ...
... 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 ...
First of August and snow on the mountain tops again! Drove to Lugano through very heavy rain, spoiling the view of spectacular mountains as we approached the San Bernadino tunnel. Climbed to 1600 metres. Arrived in Lugano, on the shore of Lake Lugano, still very rainy and not much fun so had lunch and drove out along the lake shore. Crossed into Italy and on to Milan. Drove to the City Camp site - abysmal. Crowded, not well kept and three ...
... north-west to Castella Sforzesco (the city castle/fort) with its adjoining Parco Sempione (park).
The Castella is now a museum with a range of early military body armour and weapons. It also contains some info on the on-going restoration work of the buildings.
A stroll through the adjoining Parco Sempione was a pleasant contrast to all we had seen that morning - the wandering trails through tree plantings, a large pond, complete with ducks ...