Too often we underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest compliment or the smallest act of caring, all of which have the potential to turn a life around.  -Leo Buscaglia

Milan for the weekend was a great idea not only was we lucky as the weather was warm but we also chose an amazing hotel. (melia milan) The food was very rich and delicious as we hoped and the city was clean. There were lots of designer shops and the shops which weren't designer looked asif they were due to the shop fronts and layout. Lots of cobbles down the expensive area so girls be warned in your heels. We went to Armarni Prive night club as recommended by the hotel barman. It wasn't that busy and the drinks were over priced but I'm happy to say I've partied there. Red wine, Red wine and Red wine in the bath. Olives, Pizza, Pasta and Lasagne all to die for.

Walking up the steps from the tram stop was our favourite moment. Coming out of the metro station to blue sky, bustling atmosphere and then noticing the a m a z i n g cathedral which had so much detail. It was magical! tourists taking photographs everywhere and quest for miles but just standing next to the cathedral was good enough for me. It was powering.

People: didn't speak to anyone, literally.
Weather: warm with a breeze. For march 10th the weather was fantastic
Food: Variety, lots of traditional Italian restaurants on the backstreet roads.
Expense: Very expensive, its Italy and the fashion capital - its expected.
Attractions: Dumo Cathedral, Window Shopping in the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, San Siro Stadium, Roof top bars,Milan park, Chiesa di Santa Maria Presso San Siro
Transport: Metro's very accessible and frequent

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