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After our long trip from Chamonix we arrived pretty late in Milan. Even though our hotel was off the main circle we were able to spend that night near Duomo thanks to tram line 14. I can't even begin to explain how breathtaking Duomo is. It's truly one of the best churches I've ever seen and I'd strongly recommend you to see it at night. It's honestly stunning, the crown jewel of Milan. The inside however wasn't as nearly good as ...
I went into the city, Milan .In Milan there there’s cathedral
called Milan cathedral. I went there and it was kinda weird because it was very
Gothic. I wanted to go because I knew that it was different and I like trying new things.
... to impressed.
What I loved the most about Milan was the Duomo. This beautiful Gothic Cathedral left me speechless. I can't find the words to describe how beautiful and amazing this building is. It was just perfect and to know it was build such a long time ago makes it even more amazing.
I knew as I was leaving Milan, heading to Venice, I was about to have a life changing experience.
... ski resort hotel La Chaussee right at the foot of the road up o the old town. Good find thanks to Trip Advisor. Hardly any English spoken but nice room with a geat view. Time to explore so up the worlds longest and steepest hill to the old town. Edmund Hillary would have struggled but we made it. (This place is the highest city in Europe) What a nice place. Beautiful town with great views and lovely cobbled stone streets with apparently a lot of history. ...
... Medici Ricardi, which I pass on my way to school every day. It was pretty small but they had beautiful frescos. Afterwards, I did a little shopping. And once that exhausted me, we headed over to the Mercato Centrale to pick up a little food. The Mercato Centrale is the famous market in Florence, and was the inspiration for Eataly in New York!
I hope you all have a lovely Thanksgiving! Get excited for next week to read all about my trip to Prague!