The Hub Hotel
Travel Blogs from Milan
... to the hairs on my arms. I calmed a little when I worked out they weren't alive just some bits from plants that appeared to be superglued to me. Took a while to get them off me. There followed a surprisingly long period of walking along while my little brain thought out that if I had been walking in shorts through plants that managed to stick bits to my arms then maybe, just maybe, I might have some bits on my legs ...
... town and big screens projecting news about the shows. Charlene wowed the crowd with the Kohls Collection and I was rocking the "House of Levi's ". We actually saw a Levi's store and saw my same jeans for 102 Euros. Who knew I was such a fashionista? We had a nice Milanese dinner and ready for Lake Cuomo tomorrow. Favorite food: Osso buco and saffron risotto (specialties of ...
... 20% for Angelo. I wonder how Angelo would vote if there were a referendum on Italy leaving the EU?
Around 8.30pm we decide to head out and find a cafe.....in the dark the shutters have come down on the shops and there yet more graffiti....even the shutters that have had professional graffit have been graffitied.....and then that's been graffitied over. It gives the place a late 80's New York ...
... tramway to the village of Busate, overlooking Como. It was very steep walking up to a lighthouse(?) in the village and having had very little breakfast again I was ravenous so I decided on a sit down resteurant meal. I came to a little cafe just before 1:00 which was all set up but deserted. I found someone in the kitchen who said they opened in 7 minutes but I could sit down if I wanted to. Not having seen anything else ...
... it. It took quite a while to calm her down. We walked around the Duomo, Lit a candle, and had tea outside with Mums new shawl to ward off the drafts. We had Pizza for tea which probably wasn't a great choice but the options are fairly limited
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility