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Milan was a short stop that we made on our way into Southern Europe. The city didn't have much to offer other than the beautiful Duomo Cathedral. The Duomo was an amazing cathedral in the center of Milan. We went about five hours each direction out of our way to get there just to see it. It was well worth the trip, for it was one of the most unique …
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... it properly. Today it is kept in a hermetically sealed room to protect it further. Giacomo also pointed out all the symbolism in the painting, all figures cast in light apart from Judas. The grouping of elements in threes to represent the holy trinity, even Jesus depicted in a triangular shape, and Judas and Jesus reaching for the same bread. Leonardo worked on the piece for 4 years, but set up him Milan home and vineyards just across the road.
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We had a wonderful flight with Delta! Kelly and I had our own row and were served dinner, snacks, breakfast & even some cheap vino while spending the hours watching free movies on our personal TVs and snoozing with complimentary eye pillows and ear plugs. Our flight touched down at 7:45am, 6 hours past EST. The trip from Malpensa airport into Milan was not quite as smooth. We guessed our way onto the Malpensa Express and green line metro - somehow we ended up in the area we ...
... treated myself to a slice of pizza and a bottle of the newest Dolce & Gabana fragrance. Milan's Centrale Stiation rivals a suburban mall and has a Sephora right by the tracks so you have to pass it coming or going. The train to Verona is one the "high speed" trains - much faster than the last one. I'm told it runs between 180 and 200 miles an hour. The countryside really does just Wiz on by. I actually thought I was getting a little motion sickness ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking