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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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Our trip to Milano got a late start--not our fault. The high speed train, Frecciarossa, was delayed over an hour due to some political rumblings/rallies in Bologna.
We made it just on time to our lunch visit with Vera, our very first teacher of Italian, ...
First of all...all of this trip was made with the recomendations of this site "Mil„o nas Maos"!
1) Here to stay
we stay in Milan, for 1 and an half day, so we choose the hotel, based on the rate and location, so the ...
... the chance to attend but its influence is all over the city. Everything is clean and many public works projects were completed to get ready for Expo. The city has a vibe which is very cool and a great place to people watch. The women and men dress impressively well. Style seems to be everywhere as is art. The cafes were lively and the restaurants we visited were very good. However, after leaving Tuscany, we did suffer some "sticker shock". The wine we were ...
... Camparino, in the Galleria, for a Campari Soda, sitting and relaxing watching the passing crowds.
We walked back to the hotel for a rest and prepare for evening cocktails.
Dinner; we decided would be at a place called Cafe Conti in via Montenaopleone.
A short distance to walk we had tried this place before and enjoyed the menu which is largely Sardinian.
Sadly we were the only guest for the entire evening, which meant we could interact ...
... or later-the shoe had already ripped once and was quickly fixed by tape, but tape, as we all know, is not a permanent solution. But it was okay. It was only one shoe. I could carry on (with a bit of a lopsided gait) for the expected time. These were the Roman forums, after all, and I knew that I wouldn’t have the opportunity to walk through the ruins again in a really long time. So I continued on, treading carefully down the cobblestone path that held the chariots and foot ...