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Well it's bloody hot here in Milano not Abu Dahbi type hot I guess but 35+ degrees and path melting stay in the shade damed warm even by Aussie standards. The overnight train trip was interesting sharing a cabin and sleeping quarters with three French people. A young couple off to Venice for a romantic weekend and a fellow who had a meeting in Milano. He wanted to try the sleeper option as an alternative to flying he felt ...
... stop and with a little walk that would get us home quicker. As is usual his sense of direction and map reading ability got us to the hotel quickly. After a long rest we headed out for dinner. The hotel concierge recommended a nearby restuarant called Momma Rosas. The restuarant was silver service with beautiful frescos painted with scenes of Italy and many many fine waiters. Our meals were works of art and ...
... of delays in the building!!! It is 158.5 metres long. We then found the Galleria Vittorio Emmanuel one of the oldest malls in the world and this to was beautiful. It seems anything goes in Milan when you need to find a car park!!! We had tea at the hotel, bruschetta followed by lasagna & spaghetti bolognaise which was very tasty indeed. We sat out in the pretty little garden to eat. Have decided to have another early night. This holidaying takes all our energy. Such fun ...
Did some long awaited clothes washing this morning before heading off to explore the local region which is in the Marche region about 2 hours south of Belogna and about 3 hours from both Rome and Florence. First stop was the town of Fossombrone for a nice lunch in a local restaurant food was excellent and the town very quaint, with its narrow streets and old buildings. Then travelled to a very historic ...
An uneventful day of travelling and uneventful travel days are always good. We left the village of Pozzuolo with lots if Italian cheek kissing and would definitely recommend the family owned and run Locanda Poggioleone to anyone interested in that area. It is not a long drive to either Siena or Florence and has lots of hill towns in the vicinity. We quickly left the beautiful Umbrian countryside for a more uninteresting and ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet