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How much does the local Monza city council pay for electricity? Well, I'm glad you asked, because I happen to know, thanks to the leader of one of the minority parties in Council. At least I think that’s his job.
The guy has said that 3 million euros are spent annually on power. He has ...
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
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... entered the motorway, and we answer “at Stresa”. He calculates something and we are grudgingly charged € 5.40.
As we drive away, we both realise at the same time that the system is similar to the Florida Turnpike before computerization. You enter the turnpike, collect your ticket (or biglietto), and hand in your ticket when you exit the turnpike, paying the appropriate fee. In other words, we had the "biglietto" all the time thinking it was a receipt. ...
... styles of architecture on it's facade, and it is quite a spectacle. I partake of my last mammal-laden meal. The girls are spent, and head back to the room. Jack and I walk the town and get a little guy time, buying some gelato near the Duomo and having a fun walk through the freshly cleaned streets of Milan.
Tomorrow is an early day, with a 22 hour travel time back to Denver. As much as we enjoyed our trip, it will be great to get back ...
... girls that spotted the sign first. They have got very good at looking out for signs and directions sometimes a little too eager and running off ahead, leaving us to collect their luggage!
Top of the list was of course San Siro Stadium. It is one of the largest football stadiums in the world. Home to both AC Milan and InterMilan football clubs. Another one of those long walks, I'm sure we missed the short cut, to get there but once we did it ...