Novotel Milano Linate Airport
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- Swimming pool
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... 8217;t. They ask something about an appointment (I think; it was in Italian) and I hand over the name of the dentist I was told who worked here and reportedly spoke English.
One of the woman gets a form – standard first admission I guess – and beckons me to follow.
We go downstairs, spiral ones to boot, and she beckons a chair and says something like ‘a moment’.
I wait about 4-5 minutes and she returns, and in English ...
... www.npr.org/blogs/thesalt/2013/0 3/31/175619712/italys-chocolate-easter- eggs-big-bold-and-full-of-bling.
And for more information about Easter traditions in general, see http://goitaly.about.com/od/festivalsan devents/a/easter.htm and http://www.italia.it/en/travel-ideas/re ligion-and-spirituality/italys-easter-c ...
We woke up rested from jet lag and got ready for the day. We ended up missing breakfast so we went to the cafe shop and had some expresso and a croissant. We explored the supermarket that was under our hotel and found some vienetta minis for sale but did not buy them. Then Sergio and albertina and our parents came and picked us up from the hotel. The airport called albertina to let them know my mothers bag had arrived so we were going to head to Milan. We crafted a trip to lake ...
... Maybe further down south? As Kate predicted we didn't need a secondi. For mains I had what turned out to be a half lobster in shell with spaghetti and tomatoes, whilst Marianne had linguini with prawns, pochinni mushrooms and tomatoes. One to Marianne I think although I cant complain. Kate's famous zucchini chips were there too -masquerading as fryed vegetables. So now we know where you got the idea from ...
... as King of Italy. The Church was completed on time for his coronation, but the French government never paid the bill. The Church continues to be a work in progress as several figures still have not been carved on parts of the spires. Currently, it is possible to adopt a gargoyle for 100,000 euros in order to pay for the ongoing reconstruction. The unique adoption program was instituted after recent austerity cuts to Italy's cultural ...