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... sellers were doing a roaring trade. You could also buy a cloak to cover yourself from the ticket seller. One lady in particular was hilarious. She had on a dress, just a drawstring wasted thing, with full sleeves, and came to about mid-thigh. I didn't think she looked too bad, but the door police were having none of it... and she kept pulling the dress down to try and reach the two finger limit. At one stage there she actually bent her back down so she was ...
... pinks, rustic reds and pale creams. There are large road tunnels on both sides of the lake, huge gaping holes built into the mountains to allow drivers to wind their way around this big expanse of water.
WE saw lots of these tiny villages on our way around, we saw large villa's, even a glimpse of where George Clooney is supposed to live. I was surprised that there wasn't more traffic on the water. No speed boats, no kayaks, no water skiers. There was really only a few ...
... be ready to take the plunge and commit. During our one short week in Vighignolo we have encountered quite a few characters but one particular character stood above the rest. On one of our many trips to the supermarket this week we encountered a old man who was evidently drunk or partially incapacitated in some way. He staggered towards us as we were getting ready to leave and asked us where we were from and I answered. Then, with only the fact that we were from Australia, he ...
... two last days i will just chill, go to the beach and travel around. But before I travel back to Sweden I will try the Italian ice cream I hear they have the best ice cream in the world.
As i said i only have 3 days left in Milano:( but i have been here for around 2 days. Both days was rainy and cold but now it is better weather gladly. That was all!
Best regards Vincent 8c
Sunday 17th July 2011
Milano, Italy (By Danielle)
Fashion Capital calls for shopping spree!
We arrive in Milan at around 11am on a Sunday, the streets are quiet and there is no traffic - Perfect for us new tourists navigating the streets. We find plenty of on street parking and assume that it is free as it is Sunday. We make our way to the Piazza del Duomo, but before even ...