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On somewhat of a whim we have decided to venture into Milan for the day. None of us have ever been here before, so its a new experience for all.
The day started beautifully with a large number of people Para-sailing and sailing about on Lake Como this morning. Very nice thing to wake up to. After breakfast we left this lovely place and, with our GPS friend made our way into Milano.
We know that there is no parking in the city centre, we also know ...
... in the town square, on the sides of roads and under hotels. All very charming.
After a morning coffee, we headed back to the hotel for lunch and a siesta. Later that afternoon we went for a walk about the streets near our hotel, and then ate a good Italian meal at a local restaurant. Finished the day with a gelato sitting by the lake, watching the boats bobbing about in the marina. A truly lovely day.
Off to Milan tomorrow and then Verona. Liking Italy more and ...
... long and largely incomprehensible story in Italian and broken English about a boat he was on that went to Melbourne. He seemed to like talking to me more because I could knew some Italian and he persisted to talk to me even when the others had moved away, scared by the strangeness of the encounter. Finally I managed to grasp his hand in a solid farewell gesture and assert that we must leave. He hoped to see us again...we hoped not. At least I got to practise some Italian! ...
... just blended together into a raucous and cacophonous racket. I walked around for awhile and had a look in some of the shops, but wasn’t able to find an Apple store. Apparently there is at least one in Milan, but it’s located in the suburbs and beyond the range of Metro lines.
In the afternoon I went back to the hotel for a short rest before dinner. I had planned on having dinner at Le Bricciole, which is close to ...
... now celebrate this miracle each year with a celebration. We then walk around to where the donkeys and Giulio the sheep are kept. Guilio is more like a pet dog and follows us around, nudging our legs to be patted! A bit of a smooch really. The donkeys are very cute and like to have a pat as well. The village is very pretty and very quiet. There are only about 300 people who live ...