Novotel Milano Malpensa Airport
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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 ...
... building at about 12:02. Parking in Europe is rather comical, you can essentially park anywhere that has open pavement, or is somewhat out of the way. Remember all of the cars here are tiny, so they jam those little cars into tight spots everywhere. We drove up & down the street two times before finding a spot. Then ran to the front desk to alert the receptionist of our arrival. We were in the wrong building! Thank goodness the front desk woman spoke english, and was able to ...
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. ...
What a really pretty little spot. After the trials and tribulations of Milan, this place was an absolute little treasure. Today we got up early after a fantastic dinner last night and we made our way to three of the islands in the lake (Lake Maggiore) just next to Stresa. The first island was Isola bella (beautiful island) and it is quite true to name. The island was owned and developed by the Borromeo family. This family has ...
We again put on the required attire and set off for the beehives. This time I stupidly rested my wrist on the smoker and burnt my arm. But only slightly and the lavender water I bathed it in later relived the pain. We opened the hives again and sprayed them with their panacea. Carefully, we searched for a glimpse of a queen. Each hive had one of their own. And out of 10 or so hives, you would think this an easy task. However, in each hive, there seemed to be thousands of ...