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An early rise to the morning, which was half way through my Australian birthday and the start of my Italian Birthday...hmmm good on you time differences, confusing to say the least! I arrived in Milano with a few hours to spare before Kates train arrived, i decided to take a stroll and find some nice streets to walk through which wasn't hard at all! majority of the cobble stone ...
... king) and paid the price of standing in a line for 20 mins! I then bought a Metro ticket and walked to Francesca's school to catch the metro with her to Marco and Filppos school.
My legs are now hardly in working order and my back is so sore from carrying bags and purchases! Had an amazing day, and os grateful for my life at the moment! a 12hour day in Milan is exhausting but so worth the energy!
Ciao, Elle xxx
... I return to reality outside the roman terme walls.
I take a last stroll down the shopping area, feeling healthier, fresher and pure! It is as if people around me, notice the difference or maybe its the blond hair attracting attention again.
All that wellness makes me hungry and I return to the hotel. Can't wait to jump into the triple kingsize bed all to myself.
... some kind of 'Green' event on celebrating Bergamo's attention to providing a greener city centre - promoting bikes and walking rather than cars.
Much of Bergamo's history involves around which empire occupied it at various point in time over the last couple of thousand years, but I am very glad that most of it still remains intact.
... to start scouting around for alternatives. This all meant for further delays and obviously more obstacles.
I was throwing toys out of the pram in all directions (Polly has seen this once or twice in the last year when we were faced with similar problems). I had no map, no energy and even less time. The little towns presented tricky one way systems through cobbled streets and traffic lights at every junction. This was turning into 'The Italian Job' ...