|This train was one of two that passed us by that morning. Check out the snow-covered mountains in the background!|
|View of the church of Santa Maria della Grazie. No photos inside the refectory, |
but if you're curious... it looked like this,
|It's actually the Duomo de DKNY. Just kidding!|
The Duomo de Milano is known for the roof top sculptures and view. So despite my fear of heights, I ventured to the top.
|I think it was €6 to climb to the top. I can't remember, but it was worth it!|
Jon said, "It's like a forest of sculptures!" He was in heaven. I'm sure his pictures are amazing.
The view from the top. It's not so bad.
Our beautiful friend, Jimena.
The top was amazing with a spot to sit, sun yourself and take in the view. I took a cool photo, that I would like to turn into a painting. It had been so long since the sun had actually warmed my face, and I loved wearing my sunglasses! It seemed like ages since I had them on.
After the Duomo, we walked over to the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, the oldest shopping mall in Italy. Can you see why two architects wanted to visit it? It wasn't for the shopping, but it is a lovely space.
|caffè per tre|
[coffee for three]
|I know we are smiling, but we were so stressed when we took this picture in the cab to Santa Maria della Grazie.|