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- Microwave in room
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On somewhat of a whim we have decided to venture into Milan for the day. None of us have ever been here before, so its a new experience for all.
The day started beautifully with a large number of people Para-sailing and sailing about on Lake Como this morning. Very nice thing to wake up to. After breakfast we left this lovely place and, with our GPS friend made our way into Milano.
We know that there is no parking in the city centre, we also know ...
... for people to live in, it's a place where people go about normal lives away from the famous monuments and the tourist traffic. In this way it's a perfect place for me to spend the majority of my time in Italy. Since we're going to be in the one place for an extended period of time, Tilly, Nathan and I set out this week with the intention of finding our "go to" local cafe. We are yet to finish trying the multitude of cafes that line the main street but I'm certain that next week ...
... forth with a map we have picked up at the airport. It is of little use and more by luck than judgement, we encounter the road to Lago Maggiore.
The weather is glorious, but with a touch of heat haze. We soon arrive at the lovely little town of Stresa. There is a nice spot to park under the shade of a spreading tree. I go to the pay and find to my dismay that the pay and display machine only receives coins. Miryam buys
some gelato, and we have our change.
... hot days and cold days and rainy days all in a week ?today is about 17 degrees and that's about as high as it will get. I've got three days in this beautiful part of Italy hopefully the weather will be kinder this time around compared to when I was here in 2010 when it heaved down solidly for three days the walking tracks between the fishing villages perched precariously on the cliffs were closed either due to landslides or ...
I cannot express in words what I feel when I am in this city.
I studied here in 2006 with 27 classmates, went back for a mini reunion with some of those former classmates in 2008, but hadn't been back since. Milan was the second of a three discipline, three city/country course. It was the city we had the most fun in, the city where deep, true friendships that would last well past the program were established, and for some, it ...