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... melted from the villages. After settling in we go for a walk around the village, out to the Sanctuary a small church dedicated to the Madonna of the Snow- she is celebrated on 5th August as she is credited with saving the lives of many of the townspeople in 1622 when it snowed on 5th August so they couldn't go to battle. Many others from other towns went and were killed in the ...
... food and beer for the night. We sat on the veranda and watched while the shadow slowly descended on the mountains as the sun went down. The night was filled with food and drinks and in the morning we sat shirtless on the verandah in the sun, to the interest of those on the chairlift directly above us (Shouting "take a photo").
On Thursday I left Zinal, took a bus down the mountain and then two trains to Milan, such a crazy feeling to ...
... tram that is supposed to be good for sightseeing, and got off at the Sforza Castello. I wandered about a bit while Christine took a break (she's on crutches as she's hurt her ankle). With Christine been slightly out of action, we had a quiet night in, to prepare for our shopping the next day. On Sunday we woke up and made the call to stick around Milan, as we had contemplated going to an outlet mall (even to Switzerland, as that one was closer!). ...
... From there we visited the Andy Warhol exhibition and then a quick refresh and out for more walking and dinner.
We stumbled across an area called San Lorenzo, which apart from having some amazing Roman Ruins there was some really cool bars, cafes and ristorante. Sadly, we couldn’t get into any of the ones we wanted to as they were just full of people, so we spent about an hour trying to find the place that we ...
... If the Tuscan sun setting over sunflower fields as far as the eye can see doesn't take one’s breath away, then surely the sparkling majestic blue waters of the Mediterranean will charm the soul. And if those natural attractions won’t cast a person under Italy’s spell, then I challenge anyone to resist the lure of the seemingly endless Renaissance art collections and considerable architectural achievements. If ...
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