We were greeted, as we are every morning, by the Courtyard Tortoise coming running to greet us:
It is always good to see him.
Then we went to the local church, St Ambrose, which was founded in 376, but most of the building comes from the 12th century.
The loggia was designed by Bramanti:
St Ambrose and his two martyred friends are still there:
For lunch we went to a farmer's market. There was a little restaurant called Un Posto de Milano. Great, inexpensive food. (a 15 euro set lunch) We have been taking the trams all over town.
For dinner, we went back to Navigli. I had a bowl of risotto (Milanese, of course!) and Doreen had eggplants, which were delicious!
We ended up back at the Duomo square.
and then gave our little buddy a treat, too!