Royal Garden Hotel
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... The massive granite cannon balls used when enemies laid siege were pilled up in the moat, massive things, and you can see the damage the inflicted on the fortifications - but at 6m think and in a cylindrical shape most cannon balls just glanced off the walls. Max was in his element when we got the armory museum, old guns, Knight armor, every scary medieval weapon you could think of, it was gold to him.
We had lunch in a Milan version of the DJs food hall, ...
... through Galleria Vittorio Emanuele to get to Via Montenapoleone, Milan's upscale shopping street to droll over the designer apparel. We couldn't resist stopping for gelato which was exceptionally delicious! Just when I thought I was getting the hang of the city, we headed to the Navigli area for "apperitivo".... We were completely lost and walking in circles for 3 hours. We ended up at a subpar Italian restaurant, but were happy to be able to sit down. Desperate to actually ...
... treated myself to a slice of pizza and a bottle of the newest Dolce & Gabana fragrance. Milan's Centrale Stiation rivals a suburban mall and has a Sephora right by the tracks so you have to pass it coming or going. The train to Verona is one the "high speed" trains - much faster than the last one. I'm told it runs between 180 and 200 miles an hour. The countryside really does just Wiz on by. I actually thought I was getting a little motion sickness ...
... longer in some places There is lot more to see and do in this lovely place Arrivederci Italy PARIS here we come ( a week in Paris ) Cruising along in the train passing through Italy looking up at the rugged mountains and the green country side then all of a sudden the mountains have snow on them Carol goes what it's summer time people standing out on the platforms with snow jackets on blowing a gale Not sure where but still in Italy been travelling for 2 hrs 40 mins We have ...
... or so in which afterwards we had time all to ourselves to leisurely explore this quaint little city of Como, popular for its silks and promenade lined restaurants. And no, I didn’t see any famous people as we walked along the streets admiring the boutiques with their beautiful flowery decors. But you should know that our guide Ernesta had seen in the past George Clooney eating at one of ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking