Travel Blogs from Milan, Italy

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Venice - Milan, Milan, Italy travel blog

Venice - Milan

A travel blog entry by sue.morgan

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... directed to Mamma Rose. What a cool place for lunch at 3pm. Will hopefully take some photos to show as was a little shy to look like a tacky tourist in Milan, which was exactly what I was lol. Ended up with a cup of coffee for dinner and slept well...?! ...

Milano, Milan, Italy travel blog

Milano

A travel blog entry by orko

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Milano'ya alti kisilik kompartimanda gidiyorum. Karsimda uyuz bir Italyan cocuk. Yanimda, caprazimda Boston'lu iki ucube kiz (Eurorail yapiyorlar, Barcelona, Nice, Venedik), onlarin yaninda da iki moruk var. Bir ondeki kabinden uc Turk kizin sesi ...

La Dolce Vita, Milan, Italy travel blog

La Dolce Vita

A travel blog entry by europareis

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La Dolce Vita 23.30, de avond voor vertrek. "Jongens, hoe laat nemen we de trein? "Er gaan er meerdere, om half elf, maar er is er ook nog eentje om half twaalf. Dus we zien morgen wel dan." "Ja, prima." 10 minuten later. "Wacht is, was reserveren voor ...

Milan Sucks, Milan, Italy travel blog

Milan Sucks

A travel blog entry by island_girl

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Milan sux I'm staying in an anarchist-run hostel, and it's cold... ...

Torin - Milan, Milan, Italy travel blog

Torin - Milan

A travel blog entry by kimandmads

Stuck in a huge traffic jam trying to get around Milan....extremely hot day and annoying Italian drivers pushing in front of ...

More sites to see in Milan, Milan, Italy travel blog

More sites to see in Milan

A travel blog entry by dackland

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... .  Over the next 200 years, the collection grew to take in some of the best Renaissance-era painting from northern Italy.  I really enjoyed the Canalettos - Venice Canal paintings, also the Francesco Hayez's "The Kiss".  The only Caravaggio ...

On the run, Milan, Italy travel blog

On the run

A travel blog entry by hannabrowne

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Day 26 We spent the morning in Milan, and had time for a really quick lunch, then ran to the train station. We barely made it on the train before it started moving. I was sure that John wasn't going to be able to hop on in time! I had a couple of hours on ...

Milan, Milan, Italy travel blog

Milan

A travel blog entry by marjorie

Milan was an interesting mix of sacred and secular. Arrived on a Sunday afternoon and there was a stream of people flowing in and out of the Cathedral, in and out of the shopping malls, and back ...

Shopping queen Milan!, Milan, Italy travel blog

Shopping queen Milan!

A travel blog entry by loznwayne2euro

... the hotel.  We walked along the 'Corso Buenos Aires' which is one of the longest shopping streets in Europe, given that Milan is famous for fashion and shopping it was a must! We finished in the Duomo piazza, which has the beautiful Duomo ...

dodging birds and jumping canals, Milan, Italy travel blog

dodging birds and jumping canals

A travel blog entry by joelkat

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... in Europe. We arrived in Milan quite late at night to find the city drenched in fog which made navigating the city rather daunting. Milan has a really good metro network so we were able to get into town easily enough but in our haste/ hang over to leave ...

On the Precipice, Milan, Italy travel blog

On the Precipice

A travel blog entry by newguy2120

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... a moleskin is usually a white person thing but I bought one anyways) and as 8 o'clock rolled around I made my way to Central Milan where I hoped to catch a glimpse of the famous Duomo Cathedral. The entrance was free and as I walked inside, I was engulfed ...

Jetlag in Busy Milan, Milan, Italy travel blog

Jetlag in Busy Milan

A travel blog entry by okikuta

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... rode a vintage trolley through the city to the central square, Piazza del Duomo.  This is the heart of Milan with the huge gothic Duomo cathedral and gigantic ritzy glass shopping arcade called Galleria Vittorio Emanuele.  All this magnificent ...

Milan, Milan, Italy travel blog

Milan

A travel blog entry by emily_and_marko

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We arrived safe and sound in Milan after a relatively comfortable flight. There was almost no-one on the plane, so we were able to stretch out and sleep. It was luxurious! We didn't spend any time in Milan, because we will be returning at the end of ...

Milan - full of hidden treasurers, Milan, Italy travel blog

Milan - full of hidden treasurers

A travel blog entry by lindaandstuart

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... Zealand), their own history and flags of the Regions of Italy, and as per my previously mentioned rules about traveling in Italy, look up, because up above surrounding the beautiful glass domes of the Galleria are more mosaic art, seriously, there's not ...

Milano - A Pilgrimage, Milan, Italy travel blog

Milano - A Pilgrimage

A travel blog entry by joseph_hillier

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So of course any travelling of mine will have to include some of kind of shopping component, and what better way to satisfy this requirement than a visit to the holiest of holies, Milano.  Home to numerous sects of my most dear religion, I was ...

Milan - hey ho MILANO!, Milano, Italy travel blog

Milan - hey ho MILANO!

A travel blog entry by ricothegeordie

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... hand, for those who can't quite understand Milan's graffiti and rough edges, I can only reply to you by saying 'this is Milan'. Boisterous, hustling, impersonal and stifling are all words that come to mind if you have ever been in a major city like this ...

GREAT CATHEDRAL, GREAT FASHIONS, GREAT LUNCH, Milan, Italy travel blog

GREAT CATHEDRAL, GREAT FASHIONS, GREAT LUNCH

A travel blog entry by linarogers

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... which was easy and pleasant – not terribly crowded at all. We got out at Duomo and what a magnificent Cathedral the Milan Cathedral really is – it took a couple of centuries to build and has126 spires – all ginormous and 3200 statues. ...

Off to Milan, Milan, Italy travel blog

Off to Milan

A travel blog entry by rmarcelis

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... Alps in the distance. Other than a final bit of clothes shopping - *not* expensive Italian leather not much to report from our time in Milan - it was always just going to be a fly-out place as we'd heard from others that, while nice enough, there wasn't ...

We actually saw.... snow?, Milan, Italy travel blog

We actually saw.... snow?

A travel blog entry by jayneandmark

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... it completely dominated the plaza it is located in.  It's huge.  But then the Lombardy region is the richest in Italy(accounts for 1/5 of the economy). We were pleasantly surprised to discover that there was no entry fee! Yay for Milan! So ...

First Day of Exploring Italy..., Milan, Italy travel blog

First Day of Exploring Italy...

A travel blog entry by lisakpenning

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... . Next we walked up to Pinacoteca La Brera - the Brera Art Gallery. It was "chiuso lunedi" - closed Mondays. Much of Milan is chiuso lunedi, we discovered. But we added to our ever expanding Italian vocabulary once we figured that out. Then we ...

The Rest of Venice and First of Milan, Milan, Italy travel blog

The Rest of Venice and First of Milan

A travel blog entry by btutterow

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... on our first day in Venice, but there were definitely a few more things Dad and I had on our agenda before we left for Milan. After a hotel breakfast - again right next to the Rialto Bridge - we made a beeline over to St. Mark's Square. The bell tower ...

Federica and the Rest of Milan, Milan, Italy travel blog

Federica and the Rest of Milan

A travel blog entry by btutterow

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... than I had figured it would be. Dad and I were able to cram a lot into one day without feeling rushed. I dubbed Milan the "Chicago of Italy" as it had a much more modern feel with a lot of businessmen running around, yet there were many ...

Ciao from Milan, Milan, Italy travel blog

Ciao from Milan

A travel blog entry by tk2014

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We have just spent the last two nights in Milan - what a great introduction to Italy!   We must say though, our first experience of Milan was a little underwhelming.  On checking in to our hotel, the concierge (who very generously sent up a ...

Hot, hot, hot, Milan, Italy travel blog

Hot, hot, hot

A travel blog entry by travelmonster

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...   A couple of stops later and we get off to go and see San Ambrogio, an old abbey - one of the oldest in Milan. It has beautiful cloisters and the monk's tower/bell tower. It has had various additions added over different centuries and the medieval ...

Milano, Milan, Italy travel blog

Milano

A travel blog entry by scotfordfamily

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... ones) before heading to the snow. we departed Siena after a lovely week and made our way about 4 hours north to Milan, the fashion capital of Italy, and arguably the world. Satnav did me no favours and directed me down a 1 way pedestrian mall and by the ...

A brief stop at Milan to see its Gothic Cathedral!, Milan, Italy travel blog

A brief stop at Milan to see its Gothic Cathedral!

A travel blog entry by momentsintime

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... of. Back onboard the bus and exactly three and a half hours later, we were entering the city of Milan or should I say the second largest municipality in Italy with a population of over 1.3 million!   We were here to admire the Gothic Cathedral ...

Duomo, Last Supper, Castle, Milan Italy, Italy travel blog

Duomo, Last Supper, Castle

A travel blog entry by ranlo

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... to spare. Italo has a nice waiting area. There are lots of stairs to climb with no elevators or escalators. Italo train from Milan to Florence extremely nice; they even come around with drinks and cookies. Only six people in our first-class ...

Milan Expenses, Milan, Italy travel blog

Milan Expenses

A travel blog entry by gojenngo

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... ride - only lasting about 2 hours or so. I was a little nervous that we were headed into colder temperatures, the northern part of Italy is usually colder, so we had our coats and gloves and we were ready. At any rate Scotland was much colder and I had ...

... Si parteeeeee!!!!, Milan, Italy travel blog

... Si parteeeeee!!!!

A travel blog entry by sistercrystal

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Questo ad oggi il ns operativo voli ufficiale, ma da "prendere con le pinze" in quanto le compagnie aeree continuano ad apportare variazioni e soprattutto una volta l tutto basato anche sulle condizioni climatiche (forti pioggie) e ...

Milan - excellent seafood paella... not much else, Milan, Italy travel blog

Milan - excellent seafood paella... not much else

A travel blog entry by richlum

Milan photos here: http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=163668&id=613699523&l=282514e0d1 Milan was pretty much just another big European city. Not exciting enough to be interesting and not small and quaint enough to be charming. Checked out the ...

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