ATAHOTEL Quark Due Residence
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Post card views We wake to cleared rain, an overcast day but incredibly surprising are the snow capped peaks surrounding Lake Como. The scene has been stolen from a post card or the top of a box of beautiful chocolates. The only thing missing from the scene are the two swans we saw gliding across the water yesterday. We walk along the lake to a 12 century church of Sancta Maria del Tiglio with what looks like a 16th century church built inside the walls of a 15th ...
... time with her either. That left Marco and I. Thankfully he did come that night because if he had not.. I would be left to two
choices... take care of the drunk one, or get snatched by a predator.
The men in the club were very much on the hunt, if you can recall my last blog, these Italian stallions are not always what they seem to be. Luckily I had a body
guard and we all had fun, if we remembered the night or ...
... to push the buttons for us and was very annoying despite us telling her we did not require help eventually Bridget snaped at her and the gypsy hit her and started saying something very angrily. I made sure I paid with the exact change so she wouldn't be able to steal my change. Once we got off at the metro stop on the hostel world instructions the next directions were a little vague we asked at a cafe but they never ...
My time in Milan was spent walking around, visiting museums, photographic exhibitions, eating
amazing meals, drinking good micro brewery beers and getting to know Cristina's friends and lifestyle.
I even got to see 'The Last Supper' by Leonardo Da Vinci. This was an amazing surprise from Cristina as it's usually a few months waiting list to get in. They only ...
... because I would say it was way more dodgy in Milan than anywhere else.
The other place we wanted to see was the Dumo Cathedral. Yet another truly amazing sight of craftmenship, all by hand, no machinery here. Just so huge and detailed. We were lucky we were there in the shoulder season as the line was a good 40min wait, hate to be there in the heat of the summer waiting. Inside was just as awe inspiring. Such beautiful stainglass windows and ...