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... beautiful and the hotel top class. We left there for hour or so drive to Lake Lugurno and the city of Lugurno in Switzerland. Lots of expensive shops. Then from there to a cable car ride to mountain top. Fun watched the people ride their bicycles down and do the paragliding off the ...
... way to Piazza del Duomo through the shopping malls, we could hear music flooding the area. As we get to the Piazza del Duomo, Ellie Goulding jumps on stage. So we walk around watching and listening to a free concert by Ellie Goulding, which was pretty cool. A guided tour of the rooftop of Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II was organised, which is located adjacent to the Piazza del Duomo and Duomo di Milano. So we were up on the rooftop, watching the ...
Our first stop today was Genoa. This s m favorite city so far. All the 15th and 16th century buildings still there'll get her. I is a world heritage site but even so most have at least some smattering of new buildings thrown in incongruent lay. Not here. It is built on hills- there are 3 funiculars and the largest population ...
... left the old one. We then went up the steep hill to the Plazza Cistern and stopped for a coffee -- while there talk to some ladies from Vancouver who took the train in from Florence (all museums etc. are closed on Mondays so we are okay as we arrive tomorrow).
The rain held off for us to go back out later which was nice.
Tuesday Oct. 13th
It is pouring rain and at times very heavy. However we took one last trip into the old town as I wanted to get ...
... becomes more of a marvel.
I left Biella yesterday for the first time. All by myself. On a train. The key thing to remember is 'Don't Stress, Don't Panic' and all will be good and dandy.
I met with Ellen at the station with the australian way of finding someone-stick your hand up and start yelling- it worked wonders.
It was beautiful in Milano, very big, very elaborate. Especially the Duomo! The only way i can describe it is very pointy.