Travel Blogs from Vigevano
... 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 ...
25th 2014 I went with two lovely ladies and one wonderful
man to a club. My very first club. And as I am Canadian I was getting
ready for bed before I had even left the house. The party was
beginning at 12:30 am and I think drinking beer and presseco was the
only thing keeping me awake! After getting ready for 4 hours, it was
finally time to leave. It was a crazy night, full ...
... 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, ...
... people in at a time for a maximum of 15 minutes. The amazing thing about this artwork is that during the second world war the entire building was destroyed in a bombing, except for the one wall with the painting on. They have now rebuilt around it and created a high tech temperature controlled room to keep it safe from decay.
Check out the pics to see a bit more of what I got up to.
... the square for a bit looking from every angle before happening into a shopping area (indoor) with beautiful marbled floors and fresco lined walls. There is seemingly no end to the art and architrcture in these city's. After absorbing an eyeful of what this part of town had to offer, we found a little cafe and had a coffee and brioche for breakfast, both were delicious and served by a thoughtful man that spoke perfect english ...