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Posted 16/02/2016 21:07:19
In Milan, she studied at the university and visited many times for work and drove family-friends to see the sights. Familiar with several. districts - Center, Sesto San Giovanni, Bicocca, San Donato, Melegnano (this is a suburb) and district stations - Central, Garibaldi and Cadorna. |
What to say? To begin with, I'm alone, although grew up in a big city in Italy in the city would not have to live, even if I was paid. The reason is simple - I just physically ill from the crowding, crowds, traffic jam, traffic jams and so on.
Specifically on the Milan - annoying dirty intrusive beggars and street vendors. Yes, a lot of theft. Parking in 3 rows, chaotic traffic, smog, generally a nightmare in the summer.
The first impression of the center. streets - well, Kharkov, the real The second, however, only confirmed the first Generally Milan is very heterogeneous. Is Milan tourist, shoppingovy, student, industrial, financial, etc. If we talk about areas that I know, I would say so.:
Bicocca - stud. town located in the ex-factory tires. Residential areas around something like shovels provincial towns - low-rise (4-6) building, has gypsy neighborhoods and enclaves. There fabrichki and some yellow. road.
Sesto San Giovanni - for the same w / e branch, only farther from the center. The same thing, except that the house higher and many traffic intersections at 6 lanes in one direction. Immigrant disadvantaged neighborhoods (however, there is always, in a sense - such blocks can be in many areas of the city).
Melegnano - low-rise (2-3) sleeping buildings, Pts. quiet (I later went to a walk in the evening), but somehow sad, dull, dull ...
San Donato Milanese - first impression - is that Khrushchev? Houses that's just exactly in exactly our Khrushchev. But green - fully. The area is relatively new and the impression that the houses are in a park. Very quiet courtyards closed shlanbaumom, schools and children. gardens like us - within walking distance. And the apartment is pleasant - warm and spacious. From the center far away, but if the car is not a problem and in general near the final metro and bus. Perhaps. for my taste - the most pleasant area of Milan (but I know very few areas!).
As for work - a lot of it is theoretically possible, practically - what and where - not prompt. It used to be a lot of sellers of vacancies in the boutiques in the heart of a Russian. and Eng. language, do not know as of now and in general - that are interested in specifically.
More plus - there are already 4 (if not mistaken) Russian Saturday School.
Paul, in FB like there is a group of our Milanese ladies - they are found, go to museums, etc. kofeynichayut Maybe it's better to ask around there - views of the residents would be more reasonable than the experience "vagrants".