Novotel Milano Malpensa Airport
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... crashed! I woke up today, Friday, at 7 because my host dad was taking me to the Milan EXPO. Now since no one knows what the heck that is... I will explain. Every country has their own pavilion where they create a building to go with the topic. The topic this year was Feeding the Planet. Energy for Life. It was an honor to go here because it only happens every 5 years and is a big deal to be only an hour away from me. I have some pictures ...
... is in a brilliant location about 2 minutes walk from the water. We drop the bags and head out. It's beautiful with another picture perfect day and the lake is still and lovely. The boys find a playground and some grass to run around and get rid of the extra energy and Paul tries his hand at fancy photography, some of which looks pretty good. With tonight being our last night in Italy pizza and pasta are on the menu with Paul keen ...
... Our first stop was Mexico and to my delight, they were serving tacos!!!!! FINALLY! I had some with Davide and they were delicious. Not like Australian, commercial tacos but they were just as incredible! finally! Something that was not so Italian. It took me 2 months to find it but I guess better now than never! Haha!
Next stop Spain and then the UK... I began to realise this expo was really just a way for countries to brag about themselves. I ...
We had to take the train back to Milan from Monterosso to catch a connection train to Como. I'm feeling pretty comfortable with my navigation around a train station now, and when we are looking at the board, waiting for the platform number for our next train, it disappears off the board. I go to ask a worker what happened, and after more than one miscommunication, we learn that the train was cancelled. (Ah!) Luckily, there is another ...
... less sharp intakes of breath from the passengers and Rog doesn't reach for the jesus handle quite so much any more. Nor does he desperately throw himself out of car the second we stop. I take all of these as good signs. We need to drive to a village called Argegno to ride the cable car. We park in a two hour parking area and notice a parking inspector (the first we've seen) checking and booking cars. He tells us that we just need to write the time ...