ATAHOTEL Quark Due Residence
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- TV Channel One Russia
- High-speed internet in room
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... lives in Milano. Una visita molto piacevole!
With perfect weather(warmer than usual temperatures) the Piazza del Duomo is filled with people, kids, and pigeons fluttering by. Even with the piazza brimming with people, the Cathedral is center ...
... was "Hotel Bernina"
This is a simple hotel, with simple rooms, with a simple breakfast, that will do job.
If you want a pool, a breakfast with 3 miles and a runaway to put the car...this is not what you are looking for.
to be continued...
... the elaborate details on the exterior. Not far from the Duomo is one of Milan's elite shopping "mall" Galleria Vittorio Emanuele. Considered the "living room" of Milan, its longest section extends over 200 m. It was built in the late 1800's (see pics). The sides are lined with stores of who is whom in the retail and fashion world. High end restaurants and bistro dot the mall. We didn't venture into Versace or Gucci ...
... trains. While there, Dusty finds a player his size that is willing to trade his Pro Recco speedo for Dusty's UCLA speedo. His excitement is short lived because before Dusty could return the player had taken a group of kids into the ocean. A local told Dusty where we could purchase suits and the excitement returned. We entered the store like a tornado which immediately put the owner of the store on defense. Within minutes of our purchasing we were long lost friends. I think we ...
... La Scala.
We decide to visit the Pinocoteca Ambrosiana instead. Our walk takes us first through the Galleria where the original Prada store is packed full of Chinese tourists buying wallets and pocketbooks, and then the Piazza Duomo which is even more crowded than it was yesterday. (But not with Chinese-they are shopping at Prada.)
The Pinacoteca Ambrosiana, Milan's first museum, founded in 1618 by Cardinal Federico Borromeo (the brother ...