Catalani & Madrid Hotel
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... and you will have safe travels back to Milano next time you visit. We had an incredible lunch in a fancy restaurant above an expensive mall which had only designer brands inside. I had squash ravioli for a main and then gelato for dessert! We were then running late after we caught the train back to where we had parked the car which meant that we had to drive to another train station to catch our train to Brusio, ...
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- With the sunniest day of the week upon us, we headed to Jungfrau for the day. It was the PERFECT weather day. I had been there several times before, but not when there was so much green grass at the bottom (with cows) and then the stark contrast of the snow only at the top part. It was beautiful! I was so happy to hear that Christian was as awe struck as I was when I first came here. He vowed that he has ...
... peas, lettuce, parsley, melons, apples, wine, cheese, cheesecake (sorry New Yorkers), omelets, pasta (after Marco Polo's visit to China), risotto (introduced by the Arabs), gelato, cappuccino, and of course how could we forget pizza( sorry Chicago and New York). Milano, Italy is the one place on earth where you can drop the "f-bomb"--foodie and fashionista in the same sentence, and it is OK.
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