Villa Magnolia B&B

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 Casa Reininghaus.
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Rolling on

A travel blog entry by grahamgkd on Sep 12, 2014

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... sun for tbe most part. The mountain road was predominantly downhill but there were a few 'bonus' climbs before the big drop down to Fornovo di Tara. Our breakfast was pretty marginal at the overnight place so we had a food stop at Fornovo. After that it was onto more ordinary busy roads for most of the day. From Fornovo the route has been fairly flat so it has been reasonably easy ...

Italian style

A travel blog entry by michaelcourt on Sep 11, 2014

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Today Matteo & Caterina drove us to Milan for the day. We parked in the suburbs and caught the Metro in to the centre. The first stop was via Monte Napoleane where all of the big fashion houses have their flagship stores. They all have security inside the closed doors, and only allow people in if they are serious shoppers and can afford the exorbitant prices. Window shopping was all we could manage. We walked on into ...

Ciao Milano, Buon Giorno Como!

A travel blog entry by ricknelsie on Sep 10, 2014

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... later! Love those direct trains! A short taxi ride and we were at our B & B Resiidence Cavour, about a block from lake front. We were met by our host Moione who checked us in, showed us our room, the residence amenities, explained a few sights to see around Lake Como and places to eat. The rest of the afternoon was spent exploring this beautiful area which we've heard so much about through the media. Now that we're here, it's as beautiful and inspiring as we envisioned it! ...

Highlights of Milan in Six Hours or Less

A travel blog entry by tfsnews on Aug 09, 2013

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... but soon we were able to appreciate the magnificence of the structure that took roughly 500 years to complete. The edifice was designed to hold 40,000 occupants (the entire population of Milan at its start) and intentionally used the Gothic style to impress Northern Europeans. Milan was about the bling as far back as the 1300s.

There was a particularly gruesome statue of St. Bartolomeo, who had been martyred by the Romans by ...

Post-visit: The Monumental Cemetery

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Jul 17, 2013

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... me an excuse to head that way. On the way, there's a vast area that on the map says "Feria di Milano" which I figure should be interesting. But no, much of it is being converted into apartment complexes... which I guess makes sense. Why have so much land just sitting idle for almost the entire year? I head on back towards the heart of Milan--where all the tourists go... The castello... the long boulevard leading to the magnificent duomo. All this I explored in ...

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