Nuovo Albergo Italia
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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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 ...
Checked out of room 7am, walked to the train station and caught the train to Rome at 7.42am. Lovely smooth ride on the train, hardly any passengers, first stop at Lausanne at 8.30 am. Terraced vineyards on one side of the train, Lake Geneva still on the other side of the tracks. Next stop Montrieux then Sion, still vineyards terraced up the hillsides, snow capped peaks in the background. Next stop Brig, train filling up now along the way. Next ...
July 21, Monday – Como
SORRY I AM CATCHING UP ON A WEEK WITHOUT WIFI!
Woke up and walked down to the waterfront to take the water taxi to Como – all proved quite easy. We chatted with a friendly local who was nice, but also gave me Jehovah's witness reading material afterwards – no pressure. As it was Monday, Como seemed quite quiet but very pretty. We saw the Duomo but unfortunately our camera lense stuffed up. ...
... look unappealing, but in person, it is really really beautiful. I climbed the 250 steps to the top, and was definitely huffing and puffing by the time we reached the top. Good thing I opted for the stairs though after my solid three whole pizzas and gelato every day. The people in Italy are much friendlier in person than I have noticed in Spain, though that doesn't help much considering I don't speak a word of Italian. Thank goodness for my hostel, Ostello ...