Antica Hostelleria Di San Bernardino
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... was particularly good and quite generous in its serving size. We ate our gelato and continued shopping!
For my Birthday, Kate was able to stay the night with me and my Italian family in Alessandria! I am so grateful to the family for allowing her to stay the night! We had a nice home cooked dinner and was surprised with an amazingly beautiful and way to tasty ...
... quite beautiful, as is all the Italian architecture! I waited in the train station and surly enough Katie and I found each other both with one hand in the air, (our mums trick we have inherited for large crowds hahah!!!) This was my second trip into the city of Milan and Kate's first, it was fun to see her reaction of the city! Its truly a stunning city!
After heading back into the heart of the city, the Duomo, ...
... I return to reality outside the roman terme walls.
I take a last stroll down the shopping area, feeling healthier, fresher and pure! It is as if people around me, notice the difference or maybe its the blond hair attracting attention again.
All that wellness makes me hungry and I return to the hotel. Can't wait to jump into the triple kingsize bed all to myself.
... an elderly lady impeccably dressed and beautiful skin for her age, a friendly housewife who spent a lot of time on her cell phone and a Nun! She was trying so hard to communicate with us in Italian, but it was all uphill for her! The landscape was bleak and grey, paddocks full of water, there's been a lot of rain at some point! we went through some very old villages in various state of repair.Genoa is a very old city built up ...
... key displays. A guide described how Maria Callas was such a regular and favorite that when she retired in the 1960's no one was content with the new singers and none of the operas she starred in were produced for several decades. A private collection was our next interesting find. Museo Poldi Pezzoli was created by an 18th century nobleman and art collector. He bequeathed his house and art to the city for everyone's enjoyment. A massive house ...