Hotel Naviglio Grande
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Naviglio Grande Corsico
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... back home and write down my future life project :) Thanks for following me in this adventure and I hope you enjoyed it has much as I enjoyed writing this blog. Je n'ai pas pus vous amenez avec moi dans mes valises mais j'ai essaye de vous faire partager et deguster (des yeux) tous ces moments memorables !! Je reviens a montreal lundi prochain le 15 decembre et il me fera plaisir de vous revoir tous bien vite . Un abbraccio, Dominique ...
... us, and less driving road-trips. I slept for the first 45 minutes of the drive there and woke up just as Conor was pulling into a gas station. We filled the tank of our little Chevy Matiz, and then also wanted coffee. We walked into the cafe, and saw only tiny little espresso cups...no to-go cups. Normally, I would ask if they had to-go cups as an option. But, when neither of you speak any italian, you do your best to order what from the menu you think you want and then go with the ...
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. ...
... ones. The Campari family tomb has a life sized replica of the last supper. Well worth the visit.
As for the shopping, we toured everything from vast street markets that sold everything from soup to nuts, to high end designer stores (no shortage of these) and everything in between. Everyone looked so nice walking around. Even the children were dressed to the nines. We felt very touristy in our running shoes (comfort first).
On our last night there ...
... left. We hadn't ordered them but we had heard about how some places charge you for it, regardless of whether or not you wanted it. My food arrived and I could not believe the rookie mistake I had just made. At home, spaghetti is what we call the quintessential spaghetti noodle with meat sauce, but here it is called something bolognese. I had ordered carbonara - rattling. The bread and biscuits remained untouched until our food was about half-way through. We noticed the ...