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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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... was outrageous, sooooo many trucks and of course everything travelling very quickly. It was most tiring for John as the driver. The closer we got to Milan the worse it got, anyway, we survived. Luckily the road basically bypasses Milan and we were soon in Como.
Well a shock we got! The lake is pretty but Como is a huge suburb of Milan really. In fact most of the lake has housing surrounding it, albeit rather flash housing :-). Arrived at ...
... to reach there.
Well from the outside of city there is a breathtaking view of the upper town but once you are in it I woudn't say the same. Still there is plenty to see wandering around the streets and lots of lovely churches to explore. But it's definitely not the best medieval town in Italy.
... at a restaurant in town and headed back to the hostel. Although we were in a 6 person room, it was only the two of us. However, it was very cold so we piled on the blankets and went to sleep.
The next day we decided to take a bus from Bergamo to Lovere, a small town in a valley in the Alps on Lake Iseo. The hour bus ride was very beautiful since we were traveling in the Alps. The town was very ...
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The masterpiece has had a rough time of it. Rather than traditional fresco where paint is applied to wet plaster, Leonardo applied oil paint mixed with tempera to a stone wall that he sealed with pitch. The result was gorgeous, but it didn't wear well; it began to flake as early as 1517. In 1652, Christ's feet were chopped off when the Dominicans cut a door through the wall. For a ...
... I walk out the door, and down to another hostel. No luck there either. I refuse to be overcharged, but it looks like I don't have a choice--unless i want to do some urban camping! Finally, after 5 hostels, I figure I'd better just take it, and look for a something cheaper tomorrow. One thing that IS nice about being back to a big city is the variety of cheap dining options. I head out to look for something to eat... grabbing a doner sandwich at a talkative ...