Radisson Blu Hotel, Milan
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I finish my breakfast in the cute B&B in the historical centre, then I head off for Radisson Blu Milan. The last night is a special treat to my self, luxury hotel and luxury SPA. Its gonna be a great day!
Thus Radisson is located a bit outside city centre it is only 15 min. by train. Nothing interesting or charming about Villapizzone. I …
... They were everywhere. In fact I tripped on a couple so desperate they were to eat their crumbs they don't move out of the way very fast.
It was late afternoon by this stage and we needed to get to Verona to check in to the next hotel. So we retraced our steps to the Metro, and found our car exactly where we had left it - wheels all in tact, no graffiti and no traffic tickets - woohoo!
A short 90 minute drive and we were in the fair city ...
... about where on the lake was a good place to stay.
We all boarded a ferry. There are a few choices you can make at this stage, the ferries go in different loops, some up and down the lake, some in a big circle, some trips go for hours, some just take you past large Villa's and some people just want a ferry to take them to the other side of the lake. We decided on a round trip - only a couple of hours on the water, a bit of sight-seeing, a couple of famous Villa's, just soak ...
... the nice bits. The running however is as good as anywhere else I have ran in Italy. There is a park with dirt tracks just 200m or so from our apartment which we have used for all our running so far. Today we had our best training experience with DDS so far. We went to Stresa in the shores of Lago Maggiore with other athletes who were doing a race. First we rode a loop along Lago Maggiore, across to Lago d'Orta, along Lago d'Orta and then back to Lago Maggiore. It was ...
... we arrived in Italy on Monday and who has taken the cases in which our bikes fly, so that we are can travel onwards with our bikes and backpacks. Our first stop is Ferrara, the cycle friendliest city in Italy, then Bologna, Lucca, Venice and Vienna, then back to Milan and home. As usual, this email is intended as my own record of our time away, other pages in the diary that I have been keeping for over 40 years, so if my detail becomes laborious I apologise in advance. My ageing ...