BEST WESTERN PLUS Hotel Le Favaglie
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... the hill. Unfortunately visibility even worse today so after the effort of making our way up the hill we could not even see the water. Great villa's though.
Fast boat back, ferry home and we enter our warm apartment at approx 7pm, in time to cook dinner.
Como, well it is not what we expected, much more suburban. However, glad we came to experience and see how those with lots of money actually holiday.
Moving on to Turin tomorrow, stay ...
... Corso Vittorio Emanuele. I remember finding Abercrombie by its smell. We were right in front of the building and we couldn't understand whether it was Abercrombie but then the smell of the signature cologne Fierce hit us and voila! That actually had happened to me in London too. Maybe it's that smell that makes Abercrombie so appealing as well as the handsome creature who opens the big door for you. La Rinascente was an amazing ...
... to impressed.
What I loved the most about Milan was the Duomo. This beautiful Gothic Cathedral left me speechless. I can't find the words to describe how beautiful and amazing this building is. It was just perfect and to know it was build such a long time ago makes it even more amazing.
I knew as I was leaving Milan, heading to Venice, I was about to have a life changing experience.
... last year by a little squeak. However, since 2000 the tax 'burden’ has increased by 2%.
How does this compare with the rest of the OECD? Well, the weighted average for the same ratio across the OECD is 34.1, a little higher than the previous year. This new figure leaves Italy as country #5 out of the 34 OECD countries re tax burden, i.e. higher than 28 other countries.
... Duomo. Then we headed back to the train station via the metro again.
We needed lunch so we ate at….wait for it…McDonald’s in the train station. What was different was they had “easy order” computer kiosks where you could place and pay for your meal without waiting in line. We went to a real person though. Another difference was you had to pay 25 cents for a little package of ketchup. We’re learning that nothing is ever included in this ...