You can tell the visitors from the locals by how nicely dressed the person is. Out of town = trashy - classy. Local = classy and trendy and euro. It's like walking through the sartorialist blog when you see those classy Milan people. We only spent like 23 hours in Milan, though, so I was unable to go to/participate/be in a fashion show, unfortunately, but we kept it real Milan-style at all times.
modeling. as to be expected.
So, since we were there for such a short amount of time, we went through two museums rather quickly, including a modern art museum, which was incredibly refreshing after spending the past few weeks in ancient and baroque and renaissance. It was a nice change of pace. We also took a peek in the cathedral in the main square.
Unfortunately there was little time for me to browse through Armani and Prada and so forth, so I just took this incredibly classy picture of a little shopping area.
A classy McD's next to Louis Vuitton?
Even the Milano McDonalds are classier.
From Milan, we said our ciaos to Italy - a wonderful country, where I will go back someday.
And then we got an oh-so-welcome English hello from London.
i nearly peed my pants i was so excited.