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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 ...
... very grand, all lofty marble halls and statues. We managed to find the Metro ok, although whoever designs station layouts should be forced to navigate through them festooned with heavy luggage and see how they like all those stairs then. Off the Metro, more stairs and then a short walk to the apartment where we were met by Stefano who let us in and carefully wrote down all the passport details each place has needed. I had to sign a fairly lengthy contract which is a ...
... changing into their jeans and t-shirts. Fashion is high-quality in Milan, street entertainers aren’t.
Mildly entertained, and hunger satisfied, we head off on our next adventure. For the princely sum of 13,00e we can get the lift to the rooftop terraces of the Duomo. Or for 8,00e we can walk. Never one to let unsuitable footwear get in the way of a challenge, we opt for the stairs. 200+ steps and one blister later we’re at the ...
... around despite Milan being considered one of the biggest cities for fashion in the world. My guess is that we were mostly in the more touristy areas and the fashion districts were elsewhere.
Our final stop for the evening was at Castello Sforzesco, a giant 15th-century castle that now serves as a museum. The evening fountain at the castle was beautiful and this area I found to be especially calmer than the hustle and bustle ...