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... leads to the lake and a 30 metre long pebbled 'beach' with spectacular views of the town, lake and mountains. Back in town we go to the bakery to get some lunch. There were no meat pies at all but we got some panchetto, local soft cheese, fresh bread and a few pastries. This lunch looking out onto the lake and mountains was worth a million dollars. A beautiful 90 minute trip down the East side of the lake sees us back in Milan for a meal the girls have concocted. Before ...
25th 2014 I went with two lovely ladies and one wonderful
man to a club. My very first club. And as I am Canadian I was getting
ready for bed before I had even left the house. The party was
beginning at 12:30 am and I think drinking beer and presseco was the
only thing keeping me awake! After getting ready for 4 hours, it was
finally time to leave. It was a crazy night, full ...
... brought could stay, we had one in each car. So, if we now had all the extra space in the cars created by leaving one suitcase and a few other items, how come the cars were still fuller for the journey home, than the one down here? How does that work?
Anyway, before we left town, there was just time for The WAG to drop one more clanger, as usual, she hadn't realised what she'd done, until the old boy pointed it out.
She had gone in to town for sundry ...
The Italian leg of my journey was a bit all over the place as I was in Milan 3 times, with Venice and Rome in-between. So for the purposes of this blog i've lumped all of Milan images and details together and will post separate entries for Venice and Rome.
So... Milan is a melting pot of culture, grunge, chaos, high fashion, trends and energy. It was an amazing contrast after Stockholm and ...
Our three day race through three Renaissance towns had been demanding, but not nearly as demanding as my Dad's journey through Italy. He was part of the Allied army that battled their way up the spine of Italy from 1943 to 1945. It was a long and bruising campaign, a hard, grinding slog. Although the Italian army quickly collapsed, German troops fought on, in an attempt to protect Germany's southern flank. It was by a distance the longest and most costly campaign in the West ...