Hotel Ristorante National
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Aujourd'hui ce termine mon aventure en Italie! Mais quelle aventure de reve! La quantites de choses que j'ai apprise, les idees que j'ai acquises et surtout les gens que j'ai connu ont fait de ce voyage un moment inoubliable ! I just left Milano where I took my last course of coffee and I loved it ! I'm actually very sad to leave this beautiful country and all my friends here, who knows when I will see them again? but it's now time ...
... and a day after arriving in Nice.
The trip to Milan from Cagnes-sur-mer is about 3 1/2 hours by car. The toll roads here are ridiculous! Basically all of the highways cost tolls. Some of them are what you would expect, 1.50 or even 2.50. The main highway that we took through Italy along the Meditteranean before cutting North towards Milan cost us 27.80 Euro EACH WAY!! That's like $35 - just to drive! For $35 it should at least come with a cookie and a hug. More train ...
Museum at Academia for a bit of culture- lots of painting of last supper that were rescued(?) from churches in town. Some really old 14c stuff and some more recent restored items. Amazing brushwork and huge alter pieces some with bible stories that were new to me. Spent arvo wandering lanes and canals. Pizza at same restaurant. ...
... go.There aren't many tables and in some places, if you want to sit at one your coffee costs more. It also costs more again if you want to sit outside.
The next two days consisted of more sightseeing, places like Monumental Cemetery, recommended by our host and shopping. Monumental Cemetery is Europe's most artistic cemetery built to give the city's rich and famous a suitable resting spot. This is an outdoor art gallery with magnificent statues and tributes to ...
... side street where we escaped from the rain and grabbed a table. I had wanted spaghetti for so long and now it was finally my chance. Karliana and I don't often eat out at restaurants so I was prepared to splurge and treat myself (again) to a true Italian experience. I got "home wine" while the others refused water, not wanting to pay for a bottle. After the refusal of water, our waiter didn't seem so pleasant. He threw down a basket of bread and some biscuits on the ...