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On somewhat of a whim we have decided to venture into Milan for the day. None of us have ever been here before, so its a new experience for all.
The day started beautifully with a large number of people Para-sailing and sailing about on Lake Como this morning. Very nice thing to wake up to. After breakfast we left this lovely place and, with our GPS friend made our way into Milano.
We know that there is no parking in the city centre, we also know ...
... in the town square, on the sides of roads and under hotels. All very charming.
After a morning coffee, we headed back to the hotel for lunch and a siesta. Later that afternoon we went for a walk about the streets near our hotel, and then ate a good Italian meal at a local restaurant. Finished the day with a gelato sitting by the lake, watching the boats bobbing about in the marina. A truly lovely day.
Off to Milan tomorrow and then Verona. Liking Italy more and ...
... beautiful ride, the two lakes and the towns that line their shores are all awesome! I was happy for Nathan and Tilly as well that they could experience what cycling in Italy should be like, instead of the busy, flat, sparse roads around Vighignolo we enjoyed sparkling, clear water and spectacular mountains. After the ride, we accepted the water's invitation and dove into the fresh, cool waters of Lago Maggiore. We swam along the shore line (to avoid the multitude of boats) and ...
... Station! So frustrating!!!! Time and time again, these trains are killing us!! We took the Metro to Girrabaldi Station and found the other train office and there was no line and the woman was wonderful!!!! We are booked on a Monday morning train through Switzerland to Paris! The reservation cost $139 Euros but we get lunch on the train, reserved seats and hopefully, no hassles!! Left there and went back to our neighborhood, had dinner and crashed! Traveling is hard ...
... lessons, but found it wasn't the same as conversation. And he asked US for practise? Poor bugger.
Lunch was at the next stop - Chambery - better there flavour-wise although I had to tell them there were flies in their cabinet. They gave me a fish-eye stare and said "Merci, Madame" which I think is French for "…and your point is?" Anyway I bought a rustic bread roll w lettuce and brie and it was delicious. Rex took the safe option of ...