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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... Can't see much from this hotel, but tomorrow we shall Romeo and Juliet to our hearts content.
Epilogue: Connor was just watching tv and there on the screen, coming to us live from Milan, is a huge open air rock concert. Right in front of the Duomo. That explains all the sound equipment we saw in the cathedral today - we had just through they got big crowds there for mass. Lucky we didn't get caught in that - methinks the Aunties would not have been impressed
... 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 ...
... s first restaurant dinner in Italy where we enjoyed some, as always, delicious pasta. The training has been going really well so far. We have swum every day (which is good for me because the swim is my weakest leg), ridden and ran every second day and met the rest of the elite squad who have all been very welcoming. The riding in the area is very flat with some nice sections through towns and fields but we are always forced to turn onto main, busy and boring roads as we ...
... the massive Milan Central but they were everywhere in the city. A different kind of snowflake; it gets into your food, your hair and comes in uninvited through the windows. Each gust of wind, even from a passing vehicle churns them back into the air. It is probably why the statues of the Milan Cathedral (Duomo) are perched extra high on their spires. The Duomo has the best sculptures and bronze work I have seen and its roof-top is another ...