BEST WESTERN PLUS Hotel Felice Casati
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Aujourd'hui ce termine mon aventure en Italie! Mais quelle aventure de reve! La quantites de choses que j'ai apprise, les idees que j'ai acquises et surtout les gens que j'ai connu ont fait de ce voyage un moment inoubliable ! I just left Milano where I took my last course of coffee and I loved it ! I'm actually very sad to leave this beautiful country and all my friends here, who knows when I will see them again? but it's now time ...
Conor had a connection at the USOC (United States Olympic Training Center), who is good professional friends with a man who works in sports technology for AC Milan, Lukka. The football (soccer :)) team is way ahead in utilization of technology to enhance their players abilities and help prevent injuries. Conor had reached out to Lukka while we were still in the states about meeting him while we were in Europe. Lukka suggested 12/10/14, so we set off for our first road-trip exactly ...
Museum at Academia for a bit of culture- lots of painting of last supper that were rescued(?) from churches in town. Some really old 14c stuff and some more recent restored items. Amazing brushwork and huge alter pieces some with bible stories that were new to me. Spent arvo wandering lanes and canals. Pizza at same restaurant. ...
... 15 feet by 27.5 feet) and occupies the entire wall.
The masterpiece has had a rough time of it. Rather than traditional fresco where paint is applied to wet plaster, Leonardo applied oil paint mixed with tempera to a stone wall that he sealed with pitch. The result was gorgeous, but it didn't wear well; it began to flake as early as 1517. In 1652, Christ's feet were chopped off when the Dominicans cut a door through the wall. For a ...
... connects Piazza Duomo with La Scala, and is also known as the Milanesi living room, with wonderful tall domed entrance archways, a steel and glass cupola in the centre of the roof, and shiny mosaic marble floors. We returned the next day for the mosaic bull, where I put my heel on its balls (you should see the hole that's been worn there!), and did three x 360 degree twists, which supposedly will bring me good luck!! I looked like a fool, but so did all the other ...