Bimmerfest - BMW Forums - View Single Post - Italy's road rules sting travelers - interesting piece from today's LA Times
View Single Post
Old 07-25-2012, 09:49 AM
VIZSLA's Avatar
VIZSLA VIZSLA is offline
Officially Welcomed to the 'Fest
Location: North of Boston south of Tampa
Join Date: Mar 2007
Posts: 1,303
Mein Auto: 328 328 308
Originally Posted by newBMWinLA View Post
Have you been to the area in which "The Last Supper" is located in Milan? Nothing is "hard to miss" when you are turning in circles around blind corners and six streets intersect with a large island in the middle of the intersection holding a permanent carnival. The only way I even figured out that I might have been on camera was after parking my car in a garage six blocks away and walking back towards the abbey in which it is located, I saw a large camera installation hanging over one of the roads on which I may have been driving. But I haven't received anything in the mail yet.

Whatever the ticket, seeing "The Last Supper" was worth it- it was one of the most impressive pieces of artwork I have ever seen.
There's very little upside to be gotten from driving in Milan. Did about 2k on our trip to Italy but cabbed it in Milan.

La Centola is definitely worth a trip but book early. Slots fill well in advance.

Last edited by VIZSLA; 07-25-2012 at 09:50 AM.
Reply With Quote