Residence Golf Hotel Milano Opera
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I think we were on the road before 08:00 this morning. We had a very short uphill section from our overnight stop to rejoin the delightful road which runs over the Cisa pass, and then we were on our way. Again there had been a lot of rain in the night (once more with thunder and lightening) but it had stopped by the time we emerged. From then the day just got better and better and ...
... which is home to Il Duomo, the fifth largest cathedral in the world. It is an imposing sight over its namesake Piazza del Duomo, and attracts thousands of visitors every day. The exterior is in a constant state of renovation, still going from when we were here 9 years ago. From here we strolled the short distance to Castello Sforzesco, which has been built, rebuilt, expanded & renovated since the 14th century until it was handed over to the ...
Well, our week in Milano has come to an end! We had a great time. Toured a few sights. Had a great weekend. Enjoyed the F1 race at Monza. Our accommodation was very close to the Milano Centrale Stn so, we opted to pull our luggage to the station. Didn't see too many taxi's to flag down and probably would've taken longer to attract one then to just walk the few blocks. The Centale station is large but over the week, we've gotten to know it very well! Arriving here from the airport ...
... as we didn't see another adult around, but how we didn't hear the door opening is a mystery. Poor Ron had packed all he needed for the plane trip in the back-pack so Ron and Jan lost their Gortex jackets, iPad, Kindle, noise deadening earphones etc. Ron has sworn never to come back to Italy and it does leave a bad taste in the mouth to think that people go to so much trouble to cheat, scam and thieve. After such a good six and a half weeks holiday, something like that can ...
... capture of Rome in 1870. The Kingdom of Italy lasted from 1861 to 1946. Giuseppe Garibaldi led a drive for unification in southern Italy, while the north wanted to establish a united Italian state under its rule. The northern kingdom successfully challenged the Austrians and established Turin as capital of the newly formed state. In 1866, Victor Emmanuel II managed to annex Venice. In 1870, shortly after France abandoned it, Italy's capital was moved to Rome. The Pope ...