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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 …
... as far as the fourth level balcony). The opera is long but it carries us along on a rollicking tale of love and betrayal and soon it's approaching 11pm and it's time for dinner.
Robyn's bit: our evening began with a pressured taxi ride through uninspiring streets and chain-smoking, bustling pedestrians. Even the quick sandwich at the cafe was a stand-up affair. You can imagine our reaction when we entered La Scala to discover that our ...
... waiter looked after us - my neck was killing me again and fortunately my favourite local beer "Birra Moretti" took the edge off. GG in his own inimitable style said I was eating "worms" (penne pasta with pesto) - there's just no gentrifying him! He was, believe it or not, actually unable to finish his pizza (I knew I'd see it happen one day) and we bade farewell to our waiter friend after another nice meal, retiring to the Hotel - where again I try to ...
... Grande, Romanesque Cathedral and Ghirlandina Tower.
Welcome to Milan! Relax and unwind after your journey. Later, see the sights during an orientation of the city centre including the Gothic Duomo, 19th century Galleria and La Scala Opera House. This evening, meet and get to know your companions and Travel Director at a Welcome Reception
We arrived in Milan around 4pm or so and ...
... I am taking 5 courses this semester). My Italian language class is going really well, although when I had to do math in Italian it was an epic fail. So far I can introduce myself in Italian and ask some questions. I hope that within a few weeks I’ll be able to pick it up more.
This weekend I am looking forward to attending Carnival (which is like mardi gras in the U.S.) in Venice! I will try to blog about that at the end of the week!
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