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Travel Blogs from San Vittore Olona
... depicting St Gulius ridding the island of snakes and dragons before building the church in the 4th century. The church was later rebuilt and expanded in the 12th century. Nowadays it is home to 65 cloistered nuns who only come out once a year to celebrate the work of St Gulius. This was when Gilberto and his friends bought Guilio the sheep this year, and how Guilio got his name! After walking around the island we sit in the sun waiting for the boat to come back. I ...
... I think to myself, that Kerrie and Roberto will be very envious! We go up to a small village above the lake and stop to take in the view of the 3 islands. Gilberto tells me that we'll come back on Saturday to go to each of them with some of his friends. Driving on, we soon come to the road leading up the valley to his village. There is still a lot of snow on the peaks, although ...
... were people I could actually practice French on without English being an easier option. They took me to a party on the otherside of Milan, on the way back I assumed they knew where they were going, so I followed only to find out they had no idea. They asked a nice lady waiting on the street corner for directions, the girl helped us find our way and as we walked off a car pulled up slowly to the curb next to her and the driver asked if she wanted to ...
I arrived in Milan and just chilled out until Christine arrived as I didn't sleep well the night before. Christine got in late, so I walked to the station to collect her and we just had a big catch up. The next morning we slept in, then headed to see the Cathedral, then wandered through the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele to the Teatro della Scala. After lunch, I introduced Christine to Grom, a 'real' gelato chain that's all across Italy. We decided to ...
... must have worked loose during the drive and we were sometimes lucky to make 40 mph. Still we are in situ now at Lido di Pomposa about 100km from Venice, and have an English couple, Ian and Liz, opposite us who have a caravan and have just arrived having driven up from Rome. Hot and tired, Ei sorted them out with a drink as they set their van up. This site is large and quite full, but we have been able to get an ice cream and walk down to the sea. So tomorrow we may be having ...
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