Hotel Montegrotto Terme Apollo
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... exact same thing for her. I told Angela this the next day and we smiled at one another as only happy mothers do.
OK, the Milan Expo... The theme for this remarkable event is "Feeding the Planet: Energy for Life." I'd never heard of it before getting here, but it's a global showcase where more than 140 participating countries show the best of their technology that offers a concrete answer to a vital need: being able to guarantee ...
... of excitement I am....
Polenta e fungi misti frifolati (a dollop of polenta, topped with gently sauteed mushrooms)
Crema di semolino alla Leopoldo (a cream soup with thinly sliced greens and semolina, a cream of wheat-like grain product)
Bocconcini di vitello stufati alla casalinga (braised veal mosels with a light pesto/cheese topping)
... That's a lot of years to collect property taxes on the same address. The buildings have a similar look but upon closer scrutiny, are each a little different. Much like fingerprints. As with every previous night, we ended the day with a glass of wine for Marilyn and an Italian beer for John, and a gelato chaser for both of us. (Those gelato farmers have to eat too.) Until next time... ...
... and travelled to our hotel along a different stretch of the Grand Canal. We managed to fluke some seats at the front of the water bus today, so had uninterrupted views of the lovely old hotels and homes along the canal. Bags sorted and checked out of the hotel we headed off again in a different direction once we passed through St Marks Square. It was water rising time again in the square, so I removed my shoes and had a paddle so Peter could take a photo! ...
... ancient Temple of Poseidon, the God of Water with its beautiful columns, dating back to 500BC. From there we were taken into Athens to the Intercontinental Hotel for a lovely Greek lunch once again 4.5 star! (we could get used to this type of lunchtime dining!). The highlight of the day was our tour of the Parthenon that is slowly being restored. As kids we had read about this famous structure and to see it was wonderful with its ...