Sightrunning in Milan (12 Jun 2009)

Wherever I travel, at least an hour or two of sightrunning is on top of my to-do list.

While I was in Milan for the European Lisp Symposium recently, I had to spend one of the evenings in Milan preparing my presentation on CoCreate Modeling, and so there wasn't much time left to enjoy the city. But I had my running shoes with me, and so I sneaked out of the hotel for two hours in the evening to marvel at sights such as the magnificent dome, the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, the Parco Sempione and the Arena Civica, Castello Sforzesco, the Scala, Cimitero Monumentale, the Corso Como, the Brera quarter, or Peck (not much of a sight when closed, though).

Sightrunning is just perfect to get a first impression of a city - next time I'm in Milan, I'll already know my way around and what I want to see more of!



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