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Travel Blogs from Milan
The unthinkable happened today: what Barcelonian thieves couldn't do in two days of wandering, the Mediterranean did in 5 minutes - I lost my ring. Yes, Brian, laugh your heart out (he lost his in Hawaii on his honeymoon) - Diana and I were playing splashy-splashy in the water (ok, I was playing splashy-splashy, Diana was trying to escape), and …
... residence. The castle was completed in 1368 and Leonardo da Vinci decorated the castle. The tour guide walked us to the Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie. The Church was built between 1466 and 1490 and is home to one of the most famous masterpieces of history; Leonardo da Vinci's The Last Supper (sorry, no photos allowed). After the completion of the tour, we caught the train back to the hotel to ...
... wearing our ‘moving day’ clothes which generally resembled clothes for walking/relaxing/that are too large and heavy to squeeze into our luggage, so we didn’t get far down the streets of Milan before we realised how stylish everyone was (derrr!) and how ineptly dressed and out of place we were. Still, like good Aussies, we persisted through the gorgeous streets and did some window shopping (if anyone asked we just said we were from ‘NZ ...
... way haha. They got to the point where they were ready to go have a drink somewhere else.. but in our usual nana-like way.. we were ready for bed (it's ok.. it was after 11pm!).. so we went back to Franza's and flopped on the couch! Perfect night.. in!
So after a bit of Tiramisu for breakfast.. Franza sent us on our way with even more Tiramisu for our trainride through to.... Basel!
Adios Amigo's.. Definitely going to miss the italian lifestyle!!
... where we watched the sunset while overlooking the entire city (would have been romantic if we weren't related and were of the opposite sex). It was a jam packed day that concluded with both of us receiving a rose from a random italian man that thankfully did not speak english so after a while of him attempting to ask us to go dancing with him and his friends (he said this correctly in english, but I acted confused nonetheless and kept saying "Non parlo italiano, sono americano"---I ...
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