Doubletree by Hilton Milan
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A little off the city center, the rest is very good.
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George wasn't on the train we took from Milan to Venice, but he was spotted by by a couple in our party, near the Town Hall after the civil ceremony. We had a great hotel between the Rialto Bridge and St Marco. On Friday evening we explored the local cicchetti bars (similar to tapas) with our fellow food and wine tour members.
On Saturday we took water taxis from our hotel to Tronchetto where we met ...
... Rome time (7:00 AM - USA time) to JFK in New York where we landed around 4:10 PM. (Italy is 6 hours ahead of us). We transferred planes and left JFK at 6:15 PM and headed home to Columbus, OH. We landed around 8:10, got our checked luggage, and headed back to our car in the long term parking lot. We reached Bucyrus around 11:00 PM and soon crashed into ...
... by a footpath position, just right for people watching.
Next to the modern area of Milano, Corso Como; trendy design shops, cafés and sky scrapers.
Having become great fans of the Aperativo it was Aperol spritz's near the Duomo that night. Three days and four nights in Milan gave us a real feel for the place, a great ...
... before heading to Antica Osteria Cavallini where the conversation continued unabated. The food was delicious but the night was more about catching up and enjoying each other's company. For dessert Battery Boy and Luncheon Luc had a large serving of eye candy as the restaurant was full of glamourous models that would prance through the restaurant achieving their objective of turning heads as they walked past your table. It wasn't as if their actions were ...
... t all plain sailing – we had to play Tetris with other peoples baggage (the train was pretty full when we boarded) to fit ours in, but we got there. No-one can say travelling in a foreign country is boring, apart from the constant “excitement” of hoping to hell that you are on the right train the systems have other little ways to liven up your day! GG had a whinge about his expensive can of Fanta but I reckon he deserves it for drinking ...