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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- TV Channel One Russia
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
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... lunch. I met him at the airport and he was really nice. The lunch was great and we stayed and watched tv until like three. After that I went to Sara's house, and learned some more italian. My host sister and her boyfriend picked me and sara up, and we all went to the park. I FINALLY SAW SOMETHING GREEN. It was finally not just buildings and streets!! The park was awesome and I was the champion of volleyball. I went to sleep and wednesday was over..... ...
... it would be more about their culture but it was literally just a bragging thing. As time went on, the lines for each place grew bigger and bigger. Danila and her friends lined up for Kazakstan. Davide and I went to join until we found out it was a 3 HOUR LINE! NO. THANK. YOU. Me and Davide went and sat down. We were quite sad that Expo had not reached our expectations. We chilled for about 30 minutes just chatting and watching a parade of people ...
Ciao!! Monza is about 20kms away from the city centre. We took a local train from the main station. At the station they had special direct trains to Monza and the train station is full of Ferrari fans. All in red. Parabolica view seats in grandstand 23 gave us a great view to the race and the pitstop entrance was right in front of us. Ferrari fans are crazy supporters of red ...
... I wasn't wearing mine) so we made a quick train trip back to the apartment for Lo to change before we returned. Access allowed this time so we walked through. Spent a good hour walking around and taking in the enormity of the Cathedral, trying to comprehend how they managed to build such a structure with horse and carriages, wheelbarrows, and large pieces or marble and stone. Went for another gelato, had one yesterday too (so so good), then caught the ...
... I then went with Kayleigh (one of the Aussies) and a whole group of people to an area of the city referred to as Colonne because of the Roman columns that still stand in front of the Basilica di San Lorenzo. Young people come and congregate there to drink and hangout. There are little shops that will sell you drinks and you can the go walk around the area and meet people. I met a whole other group of Aussies, who were super nice. After that, Kayleigh, ...