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- Drycleaning onsite
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- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
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... lives in Milano. Una visita molto piacevole!
With perfect weather(warmer than usual temperatures) the Piazza del Duomo is filled with people, kids, and pigeons fluttering by. Even with the piazza brimming with people, the Cathedral is center ...
... was "Hotel Bernina"
This is a simple hotel, with simple rooms, with a simple breakfast, that will do job.
If you want a pool, a breakfast with 3 miles and a runaway to put the car...this is not what you are looking for.
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But still: by controlling when people went in to their exhibit, they ensured that their visitors saw things in context and with some understanding of what they were seeing. At the Pavilion Zero, in contrast, people entered into a room with walls of drawers (?!?), then another room with a movie (should we stay for the whole thing? when did it start?), and it went just downhill from there.
... mixture of the UFC, Hockey, and boxing. The Italians were rough! I think they were mad at the local girls cheering for our boys, just a hunch! It was no doubt the most physical game I have ever witnessed with our boys. We held our own and never let up. Although it was friendly, I kept score as most parents would and we were up by 2 at the end. Good job LAWPC!
Today in Milan we started our tour at the Castle Sforzesco. It was amazing to say the least. From there we entered ...
... painting was hung behind a curtain where the increased accumulation of moisture only worsened the situation. During the 18th C., public indignation aborted several clumsy attempts at restoration. For a while the refectory was used as an armory and then a prison; an attempt to move the entire painting in 1821 almost destroyed it completely; then, during WWII, an adjacent wall was bombed.
Finally in the late 1970's a careful ...