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... bits won’t be too hard, although I’ll miss my cups of tea for 24 hours, another suggestion the paper gives.
And the dentists you ask. They are here: www.studiodentisticomonza.com is the practice, and I saw Dott. Cristina Ragni. I trust your experiences with them are as straightforward and pleasant as mine have been.
Post note: I guess I won’t get food caught between my 7th & 8th teeth on that part of my mouth anymore.
... s, crazy parking (we never parked on a corner or double parked so we are clearly not locals!) snowy mountain roads and everything in between. I must admit, I was relieved to sign it back in. We have checked in at an Airport hotel tonight to save us having to drive through the "traffico intenso" tomorrow morning. It is almost goodbye Italy, for now ...
Today is Easter Friday … agreed?
But many companies work today – it's not a public holiday the way it is in NZ. Huh?
And in case you’re interested, yes, Easter Monday is a public holiday.
To start you off properly as you leave work for the long weekend, everyone says "Felice pasqua" or ...
... in the last entry. Having waited about 50 minutes, in sunshine and pleasant enough, my group of the queue were allowed into the palazzo, where we were treated to a long introduction, in Italian of course. Then we were taken into the specially prepared area to see Raphael's masterpeice, and the two paintings by other artists , which were included to show the mastery of the 25 year old Raphael. Again, a long talk about each of the paintings in Italian, which ...
... wonderful mood.
Our next goal was the Duomo but we were again side tracked en route by an unexpected pleasure. We passed San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore which is part of the former Benedictine monastery from the 9th century built on a Roman site which also contained the vineyard of Leonardo Da Vinci (he needed to own land in order to live in Milan and paint). The ceiling and every interior wall (and parts of the exterior as well) is covered ...