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... things there. It dropped me right at the central station, which has metro access to the rest of the city, but more importantly, has luggage storage.
After leaving my stuff, I took the metro to the Duomo, which is the big sight to see. For 7 ...
... a castle's moat gate Men gave us some bracelets They said they were free Tied them on, clipped the ends Though we said 'no sir-ee' Then they rattled their pockets Started asking for cash Those sneaky 'nice' men What a change in a flash We just started walking Said we weren't gonna pay For those bracelets we didn't Really want anyway The Duomo stood righteous In vast shades of white With high lace edged terraces A prime selfie site We wanted to ...
We woke up early and headed out to explore. Our first stop was Sforza Castle which was built in the 15th century by the Duke of Milan, on the remains of a 14th-century fort, and served as a residence for Milan's ducal family. You can walk all around the gardens of the castle which are decorated with pretty flowers. For some reason all over the castle there are large colourful plastic ducks - not sure what that is all about! We then headed to the ...
... 55357;& #56502;. We walked around for a bit more and then had lunch. For lunch we went to a hotel restaurant. I had a margarita pizza it was big but very yummy. We hopped back in the car and drove the car onto a ferry.....now I know what your thinking your probably thinking" they did what now!!" But it's okay we're not psycho people it was a ferry that could carry a maximum of 4 cars on it to the other side of the river so cars didn't have to go through ...
... may be another thing! They did enjoy it though. We headed right for the market and got a few Porcetta sandwiches and tasted everything we could....bought some procuitto and olives and maybe some more procuitto! After we walked almost all of the market looking at most every shop...maybe a few words about weekly markets. Most working people can't afford to shop in the shops in town...that would be me, either...so at these markets you ...