Many travelling on their own?

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  1. burt110 New Member

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    Sure I can't be the only one!

    so I thought I would start a thread so some of us could hook up for some beers
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    Traveling where?

    Sunderland (next away game)?
    Milan?
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    Good Guess
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    I am as well. get there late afternoon on Tuesday, staying a couple of metro stops from Duomo so keen to meet for a swift ones somewhere
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    Hi Seanydee, I'm arriving sometime on monday, not booked any digs yet how much was your hotel? i'm trying to find something fairly cheap near the Duomo. I think there is plenty of watering holes round the duomo, it's a while since i've been to milan but most seem to be talking about drinking near duomo. any ideas how long it takes to get to the stadium from there?

    Burt
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    Best to allow at least an hour to the stadium once it starts getting busy. Takes quite a while to get up to where the Spurs allocation is. Up in the Gods! Think we'll be setting off with about two hours to go to KO.
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    what i remember the duomo stop is about 6 stops from one about 20 min walk to the stadium, there was a stop near a mcdonalds which was a big square with scarf shops and things. trains are fast on the underground and cheap as chips.
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    I'm staying at a place called the Hotel Malta. I found it on one of the hotel seach sites, 40 euros for a single room. From what the reviews say its ok for a bed but not much else, the other hotels for the same sort of price either sounded very ropey or were awkward to get to, this one is 2 minutes from a Metro stop, 2 stops from the city centre.

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