Hotel Residence Centro Siloe
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... the cathedral we visited the museum and then the grand arch (which was actually a huge shopping arcade). I can say huge with some satisfaction since there were binoculars set into the marbled floor at several intervals so that you could better look down the corridors of wealth and power. All the big names were here: Versace, Prado, Louis Vuitton..etc. For ***** and giggles we went into each of the above mentioned shops - way out of my price range - but its nice to ...
... kind of looks like stick figure with no head. Bellagio is in the ****** area - not a great analogy, but its late and I can't think of a better way to describe it).
Louise has been going on about this Hotel Belvedere that she and Darriel stayed at a few years back - although she couldn't remember where it was located (obviously no help for us this visit). Anyway - lo and behold, at the Bellagio ferry docks there is a sign to the Belvedere Hotel. Obviously we all had the ...
... be ready to take the plunge and commit. During our one short week in Vighignolo we have encountered quite a few characters but one particular character stood above the rest. On one of our many trips to the supermarket this week we encountered a old man who was evidently drunk or partially incapacitated in some way. He staggered towards us as we were getting ready to leave and asked us where we were from and I answered. Then, with only the fact that we were from Australia, he ...
... Geneva to Milan, I counted five castles, and there could easily have been more.
By the time we crossed into Italy, the sights were even prettier. We were greeted shortly across the border by what we think was Lake Maggiore/heaven. The train didn't stop near the lake, but if it had, I would have been sorely tempted to get off there instead!
By the time we reached Milan, it was noon and we were hungry, exactly how one should arrive in Italy. Priorities, ...
... be as charming as it was. We got to wander around Brera Academy of Fine Arts where Franci went to university - funny looking at the different to Canberra School of Art! The only downside is that it was a humid 38C so by the time we headed to the airport we were pretty exhausted! Again I'll leave most of it to the photos - being lazy with my writing today.
What I will say though, is tThe picture of Italy I've been writing about has been a rosy one and ...