How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
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I'm trying to decide – what do you need and not need in life …
I had a tooth filling fall out a couple of weeks ago. Kept meaning to go & see a dentist but finally got around to it today … I had been told the name of a dentist who spoke some English, not sure how much, who would be happy to see me.
So I headed off on my bike … following the wonderful Google maps (& Here.com which is what I have on my Nokia phone.)
... Pasqua” (“Happy Easter”)
The Esselunga supermarket on Via Michelangelo Buonarroti in Monza had 14 checkouts open today – everyone seems to be shopping up large for their Easter family, Sunday mid-day dinner.
And buying La Colomba Easter cakes. I bought my … mmm … ...
... we planned on going to get pizza. They had remodeled their kitchen since last time and the kitchen was now in the other side of the room. Our family gave them some gifts from NM so we watch them open them and enjoyed each others company. We the went to eat pizza at this local place, it was next to a bowling alley and a gym so there was a strange crowd nearby. The pizza was delicious and we has some white sparkling wine to accompany it. We also ordered lemincello as am after dinner ...
... the road which we went to for dinner last night. It was very nice and we had proper wood fired Italian pizza, yum! This town seems like a lot of the others in that the buildings are quite dilapidated and lots are abandoned. I also think Italians should retrain their plasterers because none of it stays on hehe. Anyway after our epic hike we decided to just relax for the rest of the day and so here I am catching up on my blog.
... in Milan.
I'm currently sitting at a table outside a little cafe in the airport with three other people in Si Parla Si Canta, the vocal performance program for which I came to Italy.Their names are Anna, Stephen, and Kendra. They seem very nice! As I type, Stephen and Anna are working on their music, reviewing notes and furiously searching for translations from Italian to English on Google Translator. I should probably do that after ...