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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Smoking rooms available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Raffaello Milan
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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. ...
... kind of looks like stick figure with no head. Bellagio is in the ****** area - not a great analogy, but its late and I can't think of a better way to describe it).
Louise has been going on about this Hotel Belvedere that she and Darriel stayed at a few years back - although she couldn't remember where it was located (obviously no help for us this visit). Anyway - lo and behold, at the Bellagio ferry docks there is a sign to the Belvedere Hotel. Obviously we all had the ...
... afternoon, Nathan, Tilly and I, had our first of what I hope will be many excursions into Milan. We took the bus from near our apartment to a metro stop and then the metro to the Duomo. It was pretty surreal to climb the stairs out of an underground train station see the enormous cathedral gradually emerge, step by step. We wandered around the shops and I took them to "Panzerotti Luini" which was as amazing as the first time and slightly less busy! Then we went for Nathan ...
... times that occupied this site prior to the current building, construction of which commenced in the 14 Century. The ingenuity of designers, engineers and builders of medieval times never ceases to impress. We were also able to view at close quarters some of the artworks, statues and fine masonry relocated from the Duomo during renovations to the beautiful archaeological museum adjacent to the church.
From the sublime ...
Magnificent Milan Duomo. The facade, the roof, the nave, the baptistry and the museum nearby. Joined locals for lunch with a Panzerotti, eaten in the street.
Our first Aperol spritz on a roof top balcony overlooking the Duomo.
David led us into the suburbs for clothing outlets but nothing fancied. Long walk back to the hotel. Still on Adelaide time.
Soft drinks cost double a coffee!