It was a week full of technology. When I felt dizzy, I got to the hotel, changed clothes and left the hotel in 10 mins with a feeling that I left something behind. The “Republica” subway was so dark for a stranger to go in, taking a cab I was at Duomo Square. Yes I was in Milano, Italy.
When the square first appeared, there were two groups of people dominatingly at my sight. Well, one group was of tourists, they were in front of a building looking at the sky. Not that much interesting I thought. But just a second, what was that? It took a moment for me to recognise where they were looking at. It was incredible. This was Duomo Cathedral scraping the sunny sky of Milano.
Checking my pockets and belt without moving my eyes from the cathedral, I remembered the thing I left at the hotel. It was my camera. Maybe I would not have another opportunity to visit the cathedral during my visit. Actually the cathedral was under construction and it did not seem that attractive with the curtains which are attached to protect tourists from possible falling stones . I was informed that the construction would last 3 years more. It is planned to be a 100.000 day-person work!
With this dissappointment caused by being without a camera, I directed myself to the second crowd. They were looking at the sky too, at the another corner of square. I immediately recognised the thing, Kaka from FC Milan was there for filming a TV advertisement at the third floor of an old building. Italian fans was shouting in a way which sound funny for non-speakers of Italian.
I had a cup of coffee at the “Cafe Duomo” while thinking about the technology events of tomorrow and my plans.