ATAHOTEL Contessa Jolanda
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- TV Channel One Russia
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
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Our trip to Milano got a late start--not our fault. The high speed train, Frecciarossa, was delayed over an hour due to some political rumblings/rallies in Bologna.
We made it just on time to our lunch visit with Vera, our very first teacher of Italian, ...
First of all...all of this trip was made with the recomendations of this site "Mil„o nas Maos"!
1) Here to stay
we stay in Milan, for 1 and an half day, so we choose the hotel, based on the rate and location, so the ...
... were led into another room for a display of Thailand's research efforts to expand its production to meet the world's needs and how popular/healthy Thai food was. Finally, we saw a short film about King Bhumibol Adulyadej, who at 87 is the world's longest reigning monarch. At the end of the film's lists of accolades, you would be forgiven if you didn't think he was the bestest, most compassionate, and most generous of rulers, ...
... to return to watch the game later in the evening.
When we were done with the training we were brought to a grocery store that was across the street from our hotel. The boys shopped for items that they could eat later since the training would end late. We all arrived at the hotel to eat lunch and Alex was no where to be found. We sent his roommate (Olin) to their room and he returned with Alex holding enough groceries for a week. In sheer exhaustion Alex let all the bags ...
... enough for Shackleton's kibble.
We have saved the best for last. Leonardo's Last Supper, or the Cenacola as the Italians call it was commissioned in 1494 by Duke Ludovicio Sforza for the refectory of the Dominican monastery in Santa Maria delle Grazie. Leonardo was working on other projects at the same time and it took him more than four years to complete the work. I was not prepared for the size--the painting is huge180 inches by ...