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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Aujourd'hui ce termine mon aventure en Italie! Mais quelle aventure de reve! La quantites de choses que j'ai apprise, les idees que j'ai acquises et surtout les gens que j'ai connu ont fait de ce voyage un moment inoubliable ! I just left Milano where I took my last course of coffee and I loved it ! I'm actually very sad to leave this beautiful country and all my friends here, who knows when I will see them again? but it's now time ...
... break and a snack. Conor got one more cappuccino, and I debated getting Hazelnut Chocolate cookies...but decided the more responsible choice was the freshly cooked Risotto in the cafeteria of the rest stop (seriously, Italy has the road trip amenities figured out). The drive home was pretty, but I think that the drive there in the daylight was just a bit nicer.
All in all - Italy, you're a bit pricey but the food was delicious! Time to plan our next adventure :)
Museum at Academia for a bit of culture- lots of painting of last supper that were rescued(?) from churches in town. Some really old 14c stuff and some more recent restored items. Amazing brushwork and huge alter pieces some with bible stories that were new to me. Spent arvo wandering lanes and canals. Pizza at same restaurant. ...
... in the area, with large vans and police cars from both the Polizia di Stato and Carabinieri. These seemed to be located not only next to the Duomo but also in several other areas as well. There were numerous street musicians playing in the streets leading from the Duomo, and on this occasion I found their performances to be rather annoying and objectionable. All of them were using loud amplifiers and with several on the same block, ...
... rather been able to go in and afford to buy everything. Juliet's house (Shakespeare's supposed inspiration for the famous Romeo and Juliet balcony scene, although it was added in 1936 to con tourists into visiting), was stunning despite the crammed tourists in the tiny courtyard. We wrote our names on the wall in a section that had been isolated for tourist messages and graffiti. Of course there were parts of the old wall that people had chosen to scrawl over and ignore the ...