Hotel Plinio Au Lac
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... takes us over the road to place to educate us in the Italian way of ordering a drink at dinner time and getting a feed off the bar from the beautiful finger food they have kindly put out for you while you eat. Calamari, olives, breads, pastas and much more. It is amazing that this array of food is put out for anyone who is drinking. While being polite with Jenn and Don as the dinner the girls have prepared is waiting for us, we head home to enjoy a night of good food and ...
Now where are all my party people?! In the city of Milan, Italy, the night does not begin
until about 1 am. Back in Canada if someone is awake later than
midnight, it is likely they are either in bed watching a movie with a
bag of chips or bowl of ice cream (all you ladies, you know what i am
talking about. We have alllll been there so please save the trouble
of denying it!), or selling drugs in dark ...
I am not sure if it is
just the people I have met so far or if it is a cultural thing or
even if it is everyone out there, but when someone asks me a question
in Italian and I respond with “I'm sorry, English.”, they give
you this eye rolling look and say “oooooooooooooh.....
(pause)...... English...” as if they just heard about their
neighbours dog being struck by a flying UFO. These reactions come
from about 65% of ...
My time in Milan was spent walking around, visiting museums, photographic exhibitions, eating
amazing meals, drinking good micro brewery beers and getting to know Cristina's friends and lifestyle.
I even got to see 'The Last Supper' by Leonardo Da Vinci. This was an amazing surprise from Cristina as it's usually a few months waiting list to get in. They only ...
... to Villa Balbianello, built for a cardinal at the end of the 18th century on the remains of an old Franciscan church. It is now a museum and monument to the last owner, explorer and art collector Guido Monzino. We really enjoyed the guided tour of the villa and exploring the beautifully manicured gardens. A wedding ceremony was taking place while we were there so we had to stay out ...