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Travel Blogs from Milan
... now celebrate this miracle each year with a celebration. We then walk around to where the donkeys and Giulio the sheep are kept. Guilio is more like a pet dog and follows us around, nudging our legs to be patted! A bit of a smooch really. The donkeys are very cute and like to have a pat as well. The village is very pretty and very quiet. There are only about 300 people who live ...
... up to the Grand Mountet Glacier. While walking I was constantly evaluating the likelihood of the snow above or below giving way hoping that it wasn’t going to be my unlucky day. One and a half hours in and almost at the glacier I walked along the bottom of a huge U-shaped valley and heard the constant pitter-patter of rockfall as the ice melted and allowed the rocks to tumble down the sides of the valley. I could see the glacier with its sheer ...
... tram that is supposed to be good for sightseeing, and got off at the Sforza Castello. I wandered about a bit while Christine took a break (she's on crutches as she's hurt her ankle). With Christine been slightly out of action, we had a quiet night in, to prepare for our shopping the next day. On Sunday we woke up and made the call to stick around Milan, as we had contemplated going to an outlet mall (even to Switzerland, as that one was closer!). ...
... ready to close for vacation the next day. We enjoyed their dinner and free wi-fi along with each others' company.
Tomorrow we pack up and head off to our final Italian city, Florence (Firenze). Ciao!
p.s. The wifi at Hotel Florida doesn't allow uploads. We'd love to share with you our picture of an advertisement for Krappucino, but you'll just have to find it on Facebook or wait until we get better wifi in Florence.
... and travel days, and the occasional very slow day or even slow moment, to just sit in the sun and do nothing but listen and see and hear. We've climbed mountainsides and swam to private beaches, gone to antique markets and watched street painters. We watched a hailstorm in Siena, got rained on in Lucca, got suntans in Positano, had record heat in Rome, and mostly wore shorts every day. I've only made one train mistake, and read the occasional map wrong during a ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Pets allowed