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... have been inside. Alot of the clothes (especially in Versace) I wouldn't have if you paid me, gold **** everywhere, great big medusa heads on things like shiny sneakers. A bit too weird for my tastes, but again its all in the experience! I also got to that statue I mentioned earlier. Leonardo!! Nice stuff.
We wandered around the square a bit more, its actually similar in lots of ways to the San Marco Square in Venice. And of course I forgot to mention all ...
WEDNESDAY 10 JUNE
Ahh the feeling of waking up with no alarm, nothing planned and nowhere to be.
We are still in the lovely Lake Como region, the day has started a little overcast, but its warm and we are in a hotel overlooking a lake. Its so freakin wonderful I have no words to describe this.
We went down to breakfast at the very civilised time of 8am, there was cereal, yoghurt, cold meats, eggs, pastries and breads and fruits. Lots to choose from. A jug ...
Looking back at the past few weeks, it has been an unreal dream. I have learned a lot and had a lot of fun along the way. Let me summarize each city for those who haven't had time to catch up.
It was just like the Ferrari roller coaster we visited, it is fast and is all about growth. I have always seen Dubai growing throughout my childhood but adding the sheer numbers to it is ...
Em and I looked at each other, shocked. That was not what we had planned for. We had global Eurails, reservations were supposed to be cheap or nonexistent for non-overnight trains! We went back and forth for a while, trying to find a cheaper route. The cheapest rail option, we were told, would have left Em stranded in Marseilles overnight, forcing her to pay for a hotel or hostel - making it more expensive than the original route.
He leaned over the counter to ...
... are given for every transaction. In a country where the church and any church sponsored events are then exempt from any tax. Italy is the 3rd highest contributor to the EU (higher than the UK) and yet receives the least investment from the Union. The economy is struggling to the point where the traffic in Milan is no longer chaotic and the streets are empty - even those with succesful businesses are pessimistic about the future and struggling to make ends meet.