Four Points by Sheraton Milan Center
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... s a tramway. But I don't really find myself falling in love with this city. The architecture is quite nice through much of the city... but it starts to kind of feel the same after a while. And Milan is missing something that is the life and soul of most large European cities: a large body of water. There's something inspiring about a city built along the sea or large river. There are little things that catch my attention, though: Like an evangelical church, and ...