Adi Hotel Poliziano Fiera
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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 ...
... the pub the owner temporarily closed the pub just to drive us back to the restaurant, only to find us back at the pub within 5 minutes in the car of our friend.
Sick of relying on man made chairlifts and seeing groomed pistes one morning I decided to go for a walk in search of some real serenity. On finding one track closed due to avalanche risk I decided to cross over the river to where I knew another was and continue my journey through ...
... my new running capris, not very exciting..... Monday, I saw Christine off about lunchtime and headed back to the Duomo. This time I actually went inside and up to the terraces. After a quick lunch of the delicious Milanese fried bread, /i went to Museo Novecentro, a modern art museum, inspired by the Guggenheim, which was very cool too. I think I would like to return to Milan as there is so much to see and do, that we just ran out of time to do it ...
... greatly. It’s amazing how not being sick assists your tastebuds! We checked out and headed out for the bus stop arriving about a quarter of an hour before our shuttle to the TGV station was due to depart. When that bus didn’t arrive we started to wonder – but as there was one due about ten minutes later we weren’t too concerned. The latter bus arrived a couple of minutes late. No big deal you’d think but in the meantime ...
... be 300 metres long. It has the lot, including a gym, showers, games zone and eateries every 50 metres. There is even a kids section complete with their own food offer.
Emirates are leaps and bounds ahead of Qantas. In flight their staff are friendly and engage in conversation about your travels. On the trip to Milan we had the exit row so the legs could stretch out a bit. Did the usual movies thing. We ...
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