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... spare land in the area should be used to build solar power farms, the cost of which would be paid off over 5 years. As the life of solar panels is 25 years, the council would save about 60 million over the following 20 years. Mmm, that’s an argument that’s difficult to argue with ...
Gelati (plural of gelato) I have talked about before on 29/4/2015.
However, I read today that:
- Gelati are NOT the same as ice-cream. And
... We saw castles, churches and the colosseum or arena in Verona.
The Arena, an enormous, spectacular Roman amphitheatre, is crumbling on the outside but still functions today. It was erected in the 1st Century AD in an elliptical shape, and is the world's third-largest amphitheatre to survive from antiquity. Many concerts, eg Kiss, Rod Stewart, Pearl Jam, Paul McCartney, One ...
... we also decided to take a train to Monza this afternoon, to attend the Pit Lane Walk at the Autodromo track. The Pit Lane Walk was available for the 3 Day Pass Holders from 4-5pm this afternoon. With the assistance of the Trenitalia staff, we were able to catch a train within a few minutes from Milano Centrale to Monza station and then transfer to another train to Biassono station. Getting off in Biassono, we could walk to the race track. Otherwise, we would have to take ...
... is an interesting mix of old and new, with 15th century (and earlier) buildings, set in the shadow of modern skyscrapers. We focused on the old by touring some of the historic sites of Milan. Francesco impressed us with his knowledge of the history behind all of the sites, quoting dates, people, etc. We saw the Duomo (Cathederal) that had been primarily constructed in the late 1300's and was ...