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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Gonzaga Milan
Gonzaga is only a couple of hundred metres from the central railway station and is surrounded by eateries, cafe's, miscellaneous (cheap) shops and some fashion shops. The rooms are clean and spacious and overall it looks well maintained. A lot of street noise drifts up from below but closing the windows quietens things a lot. Staff are nice and helpful.
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Compared to the last couple of days I leaped out of bed today – I'm speaking figuratively of course as it could never really be said that I have ever or will ever leap out of bed unless of course in my slumber I had been joined by a serpent or a clutch of arachnids! I did however, awake around 5am to find GG already …
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