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Nice Lamborghini,Ferrari etc. on entrance, modern big reception, artistics halls, fabulous rooms, richest breakfast with lots of fruits,...only stuff could be little bit more Friendly,...
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... cemetery has family mausoleums dating back to the early 19th century. They have a grate in front of the altar, statue or effigy decorating the sanctuary. Looking further, you see a deep hole lined with shelves or covering plaques hiding the remains of family members. After hot chocolate and wifi, we walk up the hill beside the lake to what looks like a large old Hotel set over the water in manicured gardens. It was a Cardinal's palace built in 1598. A long staircase ...
... for the
oldest member of the group due to way to much alcohol. Dancing to a
heavy beat as the pain from my heels stabs the bottoms of my feet and
shot up my legs, I take a second to consider sitting down but that
thought quickly evaporates when you have to pay for a table to sit at
or when you realize how much it will suck to stand back up again
afterwards.. oor when you realise how much fun you ...
... people in at a time for a maximum of 15 minutes. The amazing thing about this artwork is that during the second world war the entire building was destroyed in a bombing, except for the one wall with the painting on. They have now rebuilt around it and created a high tech temperature controlled room to keep it safe from decay.
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Milan is most often associated with fashion, but we arrived to continue our search for Italy's historic culture. Specifically, we went for Leonardo Di Vinci's Last Supper at the Santa Maria delle Grazie monastery. Once again we were unsuccessful at obtaining advanced tickets online and decided to try our luck on the street. The monastery is very small and doesn't maintain many works, but that didn't detract from its popularity. ...
... outrages prices in the thousands of euros per item. Police were patrolling regularly, up and down at an astonishing rate and in great numbers. On the ground it's easy to forget that Milan is considered by many as the fashion capital of the world, with its grubby streets and endless beggars. Only by accidentally stumbling upon it was I reminded of it's existence.
Later that evening I regretted not buying a decent jacket from one of those shops, because Sara ...