Our last day in Milan, we decided to start at il Museo Della Scienza e della Tecnologia Leonardo Da Vinci. Here,we saw a huge exhibit about Leonardo da Vinci and the work he did in Science and Art. The more we learned, the more intrigued we were about the man. He had a lot of important discoveries for such an early age and even found out a lot about botany
which was very interesting to me because of the hundreds of plants that he learned about. There was anexhibit on the way that we eat with an interactive table that showed different ways that peopleeat depending on their culture and the occasion. We even found an installation completely in white
very very good lighting where we had a mini photoshoot before leaving. On our way
out we saw trains and planes that were used for commercial purposes alongside the rest of the exhibits.
Our next stop was the Dolce and Gabbana SS show. This is when it got realbecause we got there early enough to stand at the front of thejournalists line and see people come in. The most exciting part of this was when we saw Anna Wintour get into her car and saw her from feet away. Of course I didn’t get a good picture, but the moment was worth it for me! We left before it finished so that we could get to the Ferragamo
show early too. Because the brand isn’t as known as the others, we were in the buyers line and saw everyone walk in in front of the paparazzi. This was so much
fun because we could see the clothing very close up. Everyone was wearing Ferragamo, and I swear I saw at least 8 rainbow patterned accessories. Once we finished with the shows, we walked around the
city to see different churches (one was where the three magi were buried!) and ended up at Cioccolati Italiani, where we got gelato and ate it by the duomo. We finished our night in the Navigli distric
t got pizzaafter we walked along the river. The perfect end to an amazing weekend in Milano!