The Hub Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Milan
An early rise to the morning, which was half way through my Australian birthday and the start of my Italian Birthday...hmmm good on you time differences, confusing to say the least! I arrived in Milano with a few hours to spare before Kates train arrived, i decided to take a stroll and find some nice streets to walk through which wasn't hard at all! majority of the cobble stone ...
... headed to the shops! The shopping is amazing! Some very upmarket shops, which we went into anyway... and some not so expensic shops which we felt were somewhat achievable to make some purchases. There were also plenty of sales on.
Like any other city there are a lot of street performers, and unlike any city I've been to there are a million men trying to sell selfie sticks! they all stand about 100m away from each other ...
... me (Andrea is a guy!) They have arranged one of the suites for me with great view. I can't get my arms down when I open the door. Check out the pics!
So theme of today is wellbeing, with my QC terme ticket in my hand, I make my way to the SPA.
Bathrobes and slippers are walking around the arch hallways of this little SPA pearl! Doors open into a big hall ...
... of the refectory 1494-1498. Well worth seeing.
In the pm went to a Marc Chagall exhibition.
Early evening took the train to Porta Genova and the Navigli district which has 3 canals left from the 5 originally built and use to cover 150 Kim's. Lots of bars and restaurants. Sat outside at a bar having drinks and nibbles for a very reasonable price. Mild evening with lots of locals out walking.
So I came out of France into Italy! The train from Lyon into Milan was pretty spectacular. Mountains with snow capped peaks, crystal clear rivers and some amazingly placed little towns nestled amongst some of the best views in the world. (Although, they were literally miles from anywhere. So that is a trade off I suppose) Once I made it off the train, there was a minor debacle trying to find Corrine. Corrine is a friend of mine from Sydney and is one of most amazingly ...