Hotel Europa Novara
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the cathedral we visited the museum and then the grand arch (which was actually a huge shopping arcade). I can say huge with some satisfaction since there were binoculars set into the marbled floor at several intervals so that you could better look down the corridors of wealth and power. All the big names were here: Versace, Prado, Louis Vuitton..etc. For ***** and giggles we went into each of the above mentioned shops - way out of my price range - but its nice to ...
... the nice bits. The running however is as good as anywhere else I have ran in Italy. There is a park with dirt tracks just 200m or so from our apartment which we have used for all our running so far. Today we had our best training experience with DDS so far. We went to Stresa in the shores of Lago Maggiore with other athletes who were doing a race. First we rode a loop along Lago Maggiore, across to Lago d'Orta, along Lago d'Orta and then back to Lago Maggiore. It was ...
... forth with a map we have picked up at the airport. It is of little use and more by luck than judgement, we encounter the road to Lago Maggiore.
The weather is glorious, but with a touch of heat haze. We soon arrive at the lovely little town of Stresa. There is a nice spot to park under the shade of a spreading tree. I go to the pay and find to my dismay that the pay and display machine only receives coins. Miryam buys
some gelato, and we have our change.
... II and made our way to the Quadrilateral d' Oro, or the Four Streets of Gold; Via Della Spiga, Via Sant' Andrea, Via Manzoni and Via Montenapolenone. After the four streets, we found ourselves tired and hungry, so we made our way to a small cafe beside the Galleria. The food was good, but it wasn't a highlight of Milan for us. While we were walking after dinner, we stumbled upon a small bakery which we had heard was famous for their panzerotti, Luini Panzerotti, so it ...
... is in pretty sad shape, overgrown with weeds. As I sit on a bench to play some music, an older fellow joins me and bemoans the state of the castle "Once they let weeds grow in it, those weeds start slowly tearing the brick apart, eventually destroying our historical heritage" His attention turns towards my guitar. "I'm starting to learn guitar... could I buy this one from you?" he asks after giving it a try. As much as I'd like to encourage an aspiring ...