- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... rolled down her window and offered to drive us in the direction we were walking. Presumably, they must've discussed their situation and direction they were headed and the direction we were headed and collectively decided to offer us a ride. So, when they offered the ride to us, we graciously accepted and we both snuggled into the back seat of their small to midsize car along with their child in the back seat. They drove us along the road for what seemed like eternity but ...
... Here you might pay a little more for a drink, but between around 5pm to 11pm, the drink comes with basically an unlimited supply of food too! You select what you want from a great variety at the bar (like a buffet) or some places serve you a selection. Pizza, pasta, salads, antipasto, cold meats and cheeses, frittata, you name it!
We sat outside by the canal that was packed with people watching the world cup on big screens that had been set up for the occasion, and ...
... as we head back, the woman is walking away...my good samaritan fellow passenger...says she's thrown them under the seats...and yes...there they were. Bought from Aldi's for Godsake for 1.99 !!!.
We quickly get a cab and enter Milan traffic Madness......and it's a mad dash to the hotel......here at last........we half expect Jeremy Clarkson to be sitting in the foyer with a glass of lager, laughing at us.
... and canals, lots of people talk about how smelly the canals are as they are stagnant water however they weren't as bad as I had thought! We ended this tour at a glass blowing demonstration which was really cool, and then went to the Venetian Lace school and had a look at how it takes 8 months to complete a small piece it's really interesting. I wanted to buy so much stuff, but I have no room, which means I will just have to come back again haha. We then hopped on our gondola and ...
... orientation to the Duomo area (Duomo is the third or fourth largest cathedral in Christendom depending on who you listen to). We would come come back to this site later for a more detailed exploration. We then walked into the Galleria, dedicated to Victor Emmanuel II, the king who successfully unified Italy in 1861. The Galleria was completed in the 1870s. Most Italian cities re-did a part of themselves to honor the unification. The high end ...