Today began with some much needed laundry. Sink laundry is a whole new philosophy to me and I'm getting the hang of it. :) Down at the Duomo I have seen a sign that is advertising 150 years (1861-2011) of something, but I didn't figure out until later this afternoon when a ton of the coolest cars I've ever seen showed up and closed down the streets. 150 years of mobility was the jest of what I could find out and there were everything from old motorbikes and ambulances to ferraries and speedsters. Very cool.
I also visited the Leonardo da Vinci national Science and teechnology museum, but it felt like a big ol' waste of 10 euro. Other than a few reproduced models of his blueprints, the museum had nothing to do with him and was more like a mini omsi. Got a good walk in becasue of it though.
Went to the Duomo and toured the inside. Lit a candle with prayers and headed toward the hostel. Stopped at the grocery store, which was a cool experience in itself. Chose a chicken salad dinner with regional olives and cheese and balsalmic and olive oil and fresh kiwi, raspberries and yogurt for dessert. Sooooo yummy and soooooo cheap! Finished reading a book and am onto the next.
1. Don't assume that the namesake of a museum is ACTUALLY what's inside.
9:30-12:30 Tour - The last supper, Duomo (again) , Galleria Vittoro, Sforza Castle, Opera House, Get my bag from the hostel and head out to Genoa on the train and then onto the Cinque Terre