Hotel 1 Maggio
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel 1 Maggio Milan
The hotel was in the middle of nowhere, somewhere in some industrial zone. As we where excursion, it didnt really matter that much, but it was good thing that there where a little/no other people, so noone could complain about us making noise. The rooms are fine, very clean, the food in the restaurant was good, served hot, which is positive.
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All together, the one day we stayed in Milan was not bad. I believe there are more stuff to be seen there, but as I said, there was not enough time. We came, saw the castle, took a walk to the Cathedral, then to scale and back to the bus. The night at hotel was spent with the guitar, but I still cant believe no one knows how to play Lexington. Happy face
... so we jumped on the train, after proudly purchasing tickets with no help from locals. A couple of stops later we decide which exit to leave the station by... and OMG - we walk up these steps and there looming in front is the Duomo itself. No words here. Just magnificent.
And then we are accosted by about 30 people trying to sell selfie sticks, good luck bracelets, scarves,... the sellers are everywhere, they are persistent, and actually a little but ...
... pinks, rustic reds and pale creams. There are large road tunnels on both sides of the lake, huge gaping holes built into the mountains to allow drivers to wind their way around this big expanse of water.
WE saw lots of these tiny villages on our way around, we saw large villa's, even a glimpse of where George Clooney is supposed to live. I was surprised that there wasn't more traffic on the water. No speed boats, no kayaks, no water skiers. There was really only a few ...
All work done by 9am, but raining all morning, but can see it is clearer out west, so at first sign of a bak will be heading off. Which turned out to be at 10am.
I must thank Luigi for his hours of work to get all that done within a day, and being such a great host, making sure I had somewhere to stay, driving me around, etc....
... and he kept insisting that it was free and trying to put it on me. I shouldn't have let him, but I finally did. As soon as it was on, he wanted "money for Africa, waka waka Africa." I walked away. The only good thing to come from this was that the rest of the day, whenever somebody else tried to pull the same ****, I just raised my wrist to show I already had.
As soon as I walked away, some other guy who was surrounded by his bird friends put corn into my hand. The birds ...