Hotel La Bussola
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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We had a relatively quiet start to this morning as our walking tour did not start until 10.30. This gave us time to shower, pack, breakfast, vibes mums ( mum S was not answering) and Bethany. It is lovely to hear some news from home. We arrived punctually as that's how we roll and the guide did not turn up. A few others were there waiting as well. We gave up and decided to do it ourselves as we really only have a short time until the train leaves at 2 .05 pm. We went to ...
You sure notice the big city once you have spent some time in rural countryside. This is how we felt but I think it is justified as everything here is extra large. The Duomo (largest church in Europe and took over 500 yrs to build) begs to have a hundred pictures taken of it. Especially as it was in full afternoon sun. And the malls are huge with shop windows at least 2 stories high. Everything is marble ...
... at 130 KPH. He had no idea of where our hotel was as all his previous 1st Class passengers were checked in at the Four Seasons or Grand Hyatt, so thank God for GPS.
Our driver found the Hotel Milano Navigli and quickly got rid of us as he didn't want to be seen in this graffiti covered area. (Milan embraces graffiti, goodness knows why.) No tip for you, as Julie considered him arrogant. We receive a warm welcome from Pipi the night manager who advises the ...
Arriving in Milan late Monday afternoon left us no time for museums or churches, but we made good use of our evening exploring the Brera neighborhood, enjoying one last pizza, and wandering streets up to the Duomo -- for gelato from Grom and for last looks at the Galleria and extraordinary ...
... the 12:30 tour as it was to last 2 hours. Luckily there was a sweet shop on the corner. Two croissants and some cokes were enough to tide us over. We found some toilets (and paid!) then felt we were ready for the tour, bring it on! As we stood there, looking at every person in the square critiquing them for a possible tour guide, a man from India approached us with a ticket confirmation for the same tour. He and I both were glad that someone had the same ...