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... cemetery has family mausoleums dating back to the early 19th century. They have a grate in front of the altar, statue or effigy decorating the sanctuary. Looking further, you see a deep hole lined with shelves or covering plaques hiding the remains of family members. After hot chocolate and wifi, we walk up the hill beside the lake to what looks like a large old Hotel set over the water in manicured gardens. It was a Cardinal's palace built in 1598. A long staircase ...
... br> having! As the oldest of the group, 29, was wasted beyond belief, and it
was much to difficult to take care of her, we figured she was old
enough to take care of herself and whatever would happen throughout
the night. My friend, Louisa, who invited me to the party, had many
friends in the club. She was running here and there saying hello and making new friends so as you can imagine, I did not ...
... perfect body, long legs, tight stomach,
perfect face, perfect hair... hate them. Last but not least is the
children, they take up the final 5% of the italian population i have
encountered in the two months i have lived in Milan, Italy. Clara has
gone through much improvement so far and compared to many other
italian children, Clara is one of the best. I have made an English
friend who works with kids and through my research and discussions, ...
The Italian leg of my journey was a bit all over the place as I was in Milan 3 times, with Venice and Rome in-between. So for the purposes of this blog i've lumped all of Milan images and details together and will post separate entries for Venice and Rome.
So... Milan is a melting pot of culture, grunge, chaos, high fashion, trends and energy. It was an amazing contrast after Stockholm and ...
... just used a crane from over the wall of the arena to lift it. I was lucky enough and could afford a "real seat" as opposed to the hundreds that sat on the stone steps like they did in Roman times. The acoustics were also amazing. We made it to Act II, Scene 3 before the skies opened again and the conductor rushed his orchestra away to save the valuable instruments. A very anticlimactic end but I was actually just cold and wet by that time but it was so worth ...