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... the miles ticking away quickly and by mid afternoon Pavia was within reach giving 153km for the day.
Incidentally, there is a connection between the Cisa pass and the Ferrari motor company. According to various hits on Google Enzo Ferrari started his racing career there and had a love affair with the road. It is rumoured that prototype cars were tested there by the ...
... Milan in the 19th century. It is now home to a series of museums and art collections. We passed through the central courtyard to and wandered through the extensive Parco Sempione, stopping to get up close to some local wildlife. Afterwards we headed back into the retail district for a spot of shopping before mixing it with the rush hour traffic on the trip back past Lago di Como to Morbegno.
... with a Brit and a Scot on the way - hope their "Battle of Britain" scenario plays out! Arrived a at the Lesmo station at around 9.20am which allowed us to watch the GP3 support race at those famous corners before walking to our seats at the Rettefilo chicane. Hung our Australian flag at the front of the grandstand and enjoyed the GP2 (seriously loud and great racing) and Porsche Cup support races. After that, we headed for the shade, with ...
... in more of a friendly teasing way). I happened to stay at Eleanora's parent's place that night as it was somewhat outside of Milan and we stayed out past the time the Metro ran, they even let me have my own bed and her dad slept on the couch, they were very nice hosts!
The next day I had a small breakfast and was dropped off at the metro station so that I could check out of my hostel on time and then I was off to Florence!
... of Italy in 1870. Although this too is all in Italian, the displays are nice and with the dates and picking out a few words, you can piece together the history pretty well. I was not aware that Napolean had a big presence here and was even coronated in Milan as King of Italy. They have some beautiful art work depicting certain events and uniforms and flags of the times. The museum intrigued me so I will have to do some more reading on the history here when we ...