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... back home and write down my future life project :) Thanks for following me in this adventure and I hope you enjoyed it has much as I enjoyed writing this blog. Je n'ai pas pus vous amenez avec moi dans mes valises mais j'ai essaye de vous faire partager et deguster (des yeux) tous ces moments memorables !! Je reviens a montreal lundi prochain le 15 decembre et il me fera plaisir de vous revoir tous bien vite . Un abbraccio, Dominique ...
... skills were really put to the test. Neither of us have international service right now, so that also means we don't have GPS to guide us. Conor had saved directions to his meeting with Lukka before leaving, but the street signs are itty-bitty signs on the corners of buildings - nothing at all like the giant green and white reflector signs we use in the US. By the skin of our teeth we just barely made it to the AC Milan offices. The meeting was a noon, and we turned in front ...
Museum at Academia for a bit of culture- lots of painting of last supper that were rescued(?) from churches in town. Some really old 14c stuff and some more recent restored items. Amazing brushwork and huge alter pieces some with bible stories that were new to me. Spent arvo wandering lanes and canals. Pizza at same restaurant. ...
... but I was impressed as I was impressed by everything I saw in Milan, a beautiful piazza faced it in the middle of which was a statue of Leonardo Da Vinci. The girls needed a break after this, being a tourist is tiring! So we went for a traditional milanese lunch...Macdonalds.
After the girls were fed, watered and rested we decided to go for a walk to Milan Castle, I had no idea there was a castle so I was excited to see it. On the walk ...
... the square. The square is kind of like an outlet mall and there were a million people around. I imagine that this is how Time Square looks like on a daily basis. I personally didn't like the fact that there were so many people.
We saw the cathedral and it was really beautiful. A lot of things here and all over Europe are a thousand years old (I am most likely exaggerating). I am really jealous that we don't have things this old in ...