La Serenaia B&B

Address: Via Calisto da Lodi, 13, Milan, Lombardy, 20156, Italy | B&B
 
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      Extracting Essentials (or not) Easily

      A travel blog entry by handyeh on Apr 10, 2015

      ... digital system because the woman has barely gone when the dentist points to the X-Ray image of my teeth on her screen and says there’s a hole. I agree.

      She then says that she’ll remove the tooth. Huh?

      I was looking at making an appointment to get a filling today and here she is wanting to solve the problem in quite a different way. She explained that I didn’t need it to eat … but …, well, I wasn’t expecting this.
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      Last day in Italia

      A travel blog entry by mozzies7 on Apr 09, 2015

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      ... s, crazy parking (we never parked on a corner or double parked so we are clearly not locals!) snowy mountain roads and everything in between. I must admit, I was relieved to sign it back in. We have checked in at an Airport hotel tonight to save us having to drive through the "traffico intenso" tomorrow morning. It is almost goodbye Italy, for now ...

      Easing into Easter

      A travel blog entry by handyeh on Apr 03, 2015

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      ... 10th? No, probably not the 10th but they are delicious. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colomba_di _Pasqua

      We are also big on Easter eggs here, although they look different than the ones in NZ. Many seem to have a less rounded shape, are wrapped in a different foil than NZ ones and often have a ...

      FINE ARTS

      A travel blog entry by rachel21601 on Sep 07, 2014

      2 comments, 18 photos

      Right after breakfast we walk over to the corner of Via Giuseppe Verdi and Avenida Allesandro Manzoni. Fortunately, whatever was wrong with the lights at La Scala is fixed and we are able to tour. We enter through a back door and go up several flights of stairs with walls hung with opera posters. The first room we enter is the foyer, a long hall with columns, crystal chandeliers and busts of composers and musicians. From there we move to a box ...

      Highlights of Milan in Six Hours or Less

      A travel blog entry by tfsnews on Aug 09, 2013

      3 photos

      ... alive. The statue featured his skinned self holding his entire skin over his shoulder (from head to toes). The statue was anatomically correct below skin level. Its artist, a student of Leonardo, had clearly participated in dissections to obtain his understanding of musculature, a practice forbidden by the church at that time.

      Soon, we were outside to find a much warmer, brighter day and hopped aboard an elevator conducted by none ...