Villa Magnolia B&B

Address: Via Binda 32, Milan, Lombardy, 20143, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Barona area of Milan, is near Rivareno Gelato, Museo Diocesano di Milano, Sant'Agostino Church, and Polisportiva Lombardi Uno.
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Travel Blogs from Milan

It's HOT!

A travel blog entry by handyeh on Jul 06, 2015

Yep, it's 37 degrees out there. Where is the AC when you need it?

I read (somewhere?) that the weather will cool off come Friday, but the forecast websites I’ve looked at suggest it will be high as long as the forecasts … ah forecast, like about 2 ...

Eco Electricity Engineering

A travel blog entry by handyeh on Jul 02, 2015

... spare land in the area should be used to build solar power farms, the cost of which would be paid off over 5 years. As the life of solar panels is 25 years, the council would save about 60 million over the following 20 years. Mmm, that’s an argument that’s difficult to argue with ...

Good-for-you Gelati

A travel blog entry by handyeh on Jul 02, 2015

... Roman",serif; font-size: 12pt; font-style: normal; font-weight: normal;">Gelati are more healthy than sandwiches.
Don't believe me? Read it at www.italymagazine.com/featured-story/fo ...

A Month in Italy Ends in Milan

A travel blog entry by pmytkowi on May 04, 2015

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... La Scala has amazing costumes on view.






Instead of Gore's opera, Bob had to make do with a chance to be snapped next to Toscanini.

















Outside, overlooking La Scala is a huge sculpture of Leonardo Da Vinci, as important to Milan as Michelangelo was to Florence.






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Qualifying day at Monza

A travel blog entry by bkmuir on Sep 06, 2014

... all the usual Ferrrari merchandise, we saw, and heard, a boom box that was built to resemble an F1 car - it's helmet painted in the colours of Ferrari's lead driver, Fernando Alonso. The local race fans know how to enjoy a day at Monza. Many ride bicycles to get around the circuit and bring a blanket for a picnic lunch in the shady park. The crowd was much bigger than yesterday's and added another dimension to ...

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