Hotel San Guido
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel San Guido Milan
Nice little hotel only a few minutes from the Garibaldi Station. The hotel is rather old but classy and clean. I was in a single room (smaller room ever) that was comfy with all I needed and breakfast included (although I left at 5 am and did not get to try it). Very friendly staff day and night!
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... places to eat. Lucy was hungry again. Oh dear. Luckily we didn't stop at one of the restaurants along the canal and walked further where we stumbled upon a large open air market. It was really cool. Had lots of organic food stalls and lots of places to sit. Our host had encouraged us to eat Italian food and drink Italian wine so for the 5th night in the row we did. Lucy, Katie and I had the best pizza ...
... a beer and snacks and the most wonderful passion fruit tartlet. We sat and watched people go by and the ferries come and go. We walked back to the car via a gallery of local artist's work. We bought a picture of Balbianello, the local villa near where we are staying. The road to Como made Lisa a little unsettled and we met a ...
... mixture of the UFC, Hockey, and boxing. The Italians were rough! I think they were mad at the local girls cheering for our boys, just a hunch! It was no doubt the most physical game I have ever witnessed with our boys. We held our own and never let up. Although it was friendly, I kept score as most parents would and we were up by 2 at the end. Good job LAWPC!
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... the trip. The Last Supper is magnificent.
Our last supper in Milan takes place at Ristorante Giacomo where we dine on pizza with olives and anchovies, tuna tartare and swordfish with arugula (Bob) and John Dory, Ligurian style (potatoes, olives and capers) (me), with a fresh berry tart for Bob. Although the other dinners that we ate in Milan, were wonderful and I enjoyed every mouthful, it is nice to have a meal that isn 't a ...