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Dirt   Road  Dining Milano

This will be a once in a lifetime adventure. With our personal guide we will tour areas of Milan and experience the culture of food and attractions that many people do not have the opportunity to explore. 
  
RSVP and questions: graziesouth@yahoo.com 
  
---------- Our itinerary is as follows ---------- 


DAY ONE - September 19th: 
We will visit the beautiful Abazie di Moriminondo (Abbey) in the Ticino River Valley. Gorgonzola tasting by the famous cheese maker Arioli. Visiting the rice farm with a special risotto lunch in the rice fields. After lunch we will visit the ancient Certosa di Vignano. Then Siesta. For dinner join us for our interactive dinner Cena a Casa di Nasiedino. 
  
DAY TWO - September 20th:

In the morning free time. A chance to relax. In the afternoon we will visit Milano Romanica which tells the story of the famous poet Horatious. Encompass the Roman Empire story in Milano. In the evening we will dine in the oldest Trattoria Dei Cacciatori, along the road less traveled, on the outskirts of Milano. We willenjoy together a typical Milanese Menu. 

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The cost to attend the DINNER is: $50 Euro

The cost of the TWO DAY extravaganza is only: $150 Euro 

(*this does not include lodging or airfare)

 

A PERCENTAGE OF THE PROCEEDS WILL GO TO A LOCAL CHARITY IN MILANO!
  
Please email at graziesouth@yahoo.com

FOR RESERVATIONS and WITH QUESTIONS


Buon Viaggi - Love Maria

September 19th 2017 @ 8:30 AM      until -------    

                                              September 20th 2017 @ 10:30 PM

. . . or you can just

attend the paired dinner!

Location:

Interactive dinner paired with vino from Erin Riccolo with Fredrick Wildman!

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MORE THAN JUST DINNER . . .

                   This is a two day E V E N T.

       We will eat like the Romans!

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