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... on the Grand Canal on the way home as hundreds of tourists and paparazzi we're waiting for a glimpse of George and Amal.
Sunday was our first cooking school in a beautiful palazzo which overlooked the Grand Canal. Our two chefs guided us through the making of Shrimp Gratin, Tagliolini Seafood, Sea Bass Potatoes and Black Olives and Coffee Chocolate Mousse. We then sat in the beautiful dining ...
... our bags and continued with our carry on bags thru security. Then we went to Dogano (customs), had our tax back form stamped and proceeded across the hall to the Tax Back Office where we had the tax on our purchased items refunded to our credit card. We then had some lunch and waited for our flight on Alitalia Airlines which would depart around ...
Sept 25 2014
now being quite skilled on the Milan Metro we headed to the Brera area and the Art Gallery where many famous artists are exhibited. Caravaggio,Rubens, Van Dyck, Rembrandt, Raphael and Bellini to name a few.
A wander around this very flash area followed by lunch at a recommended restaurant, Obika. Great ...
... Everyone seems to be rushing past our cabin so far ... so good. I'm playing Scopa on my iPad between my updates on here. A couple has joined us now. He's quite a bit older than her. Maybe they are father daughter. They don't have luggage which is a good thing as we have quite enough for this cabin. Pudd is almost asleep if not there already. I'm getting a bit tired too now. Time is 12.53pm. KD Lang's cover of All I Need is the Air That I breath is playing ...
... right stop in the centre this time.
We love Milan. It reminded us slightly of New York and wasn't as jam-packed with fashionistas as we thought it would be (though we did see an old man dressed head to tie in a pink jacket, pink check shifts and long pink socks at one point). For some reason I had pictured the city to be full of modern glass type buildings with nothing but shops. Oddly enough this wasn't the case. The buildings were all very grand and traditional. We saw ...