La Caravella

Address: Via Camillo Hajech 18, Milan, Lombardy, 20129, Italy | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Città Studi area of Milan, is near Il Duomo & Baptistry, Brera, Rotonda della Besana, and Il Salvegente.
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    Travel Blogs from Milan

    Magnificent Milano

    A travel blog entry by missmm_2206 on Jun 11, 2015

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    ... is some sort of Expo going on in Milan and there are about 1 million more visitors than usual for this time of year and we have been told that it will probably cost about 40 euros to park for the day. So armed with all this info we head into the traffic. Its only about 50 miles from Lecco to Milan, and most of the drive, once away from the lake area, is large roads. Before we know it we are joining the crazy Italian drivers as they make their way into the city. ...

    Relaxing at Lake Como

    A travel blog entry by missmm_2206 on Jun 10, 2015

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    ... about where on the lake was a good place to stay.

    We all boarded a ferry. There are a few choices you can make at this stage, the ferries go in different loops, some up and down the lake, some in a big circle, some trips go for hours, some just take you past large Villa's and some people just want a ferry to take them to the other side of the lake. We decided on a round trip - only a couple of hours on the water, a bit of sight-seeing, a couple of famous Villa's, just soak ...

    Change of scenery

    A travel blog entry by conor.sproule on Jun 07, 2015

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... beautiful ride, the two lakes and the towns that line their shores are all awesome! I was happy for Nathan and Tilly as well that they could experience what cycling in Italy should be like, instead of the busy, flat, sparse roads around Vighignolo we enjoyed sparkling, clear water and spectacular mountains. After the ride, we accepted the water's invitation and dove into the fresh, cool waters of Lago Maggiore. We swam along the shore line (to avoid the multitude of boats) and ...

    A Month in Italy Ends in Milan

    A travel blog entry by pmytkowi on May 04, 2015

    34 photos

    ... s an intricate weaving of trees, vines, symbols of the Sforzas and coats of arms.









    What makes this room even more fascinating is an incredible scientific explanation of the original painting and the restoration process. The use of a holographic lecturer is incredible! Who needs a live presenter when technology can do SO much? Todd, Microsoft needs to check this out!!
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    Monza Formula 1

    A travel blog entry by carla.micucci on Sep 05, 2014

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    ... sup> on the grid and Vettel 8th. Monza is not a track suited for Red Bull unfortunately.

    We got to the track a little earlier on Sunday to avoid the crowds on the train and bus. Marc wanted to hang up the Aussie flag on the front of the grandstand but security wouldn’t allow it. When the driver parade was on, we stood at the front of the grandstand holding up the Aussie flag in between a sea of red Ferrari flags. However, the plan worked as Daniel must ...