Enrico Engelmann: I would like to point to the English version of the section Culture and Fun of the web site milanofotografo.it:
It is dedicated to people coming to Milan as tourists or for work and want to get useful suggestions about where to go both during the day and in the evening. The pages contain therefore on one side a rather complete collection of useful links about the culture in Milan and a selection of cultural events taking place in Milan.
On the other side there are also a list of bars, clubs, discos and other nice places where to spend the evening and proposals for your evenings. The events on this last page represent a good opportunity to spend your evenings and nights in Milan in the right place with the right people. Feb. 25, 2013, 10:41am
steel plate: Very happy to see your article, I very much to like and agree with your point of view. May. 15, 2012, 12:09am
Daniel: Nice guide! A Milan game would be my first choice. But I doubt that I'll get a chance to go to Milan. Apr. 19, 2012, 1:24pm
steve baker: Danilo, I'm fine with oil and vinegar, and lots of restos in the US offer the same. What surprised me was the size of the bottles. It was hard for me not to splash on too much olive oil. And I didn't think it was proper to cover the mouth of the bottle with my thumb. That said, I enjoyed my time in Milan, both the people I met, including you, and the city. It didn't hurt that the weather was gorgeous. Next time I'll book the Cenacolo in advance. Apr. 2, 2012, 8:03am
DaNiLo: Stephen, thanks again for your visit here in Milan. Our customers enjoyed your speech and I am happy that you had a chance to visit the city a little. Unfortunately, to see the Last Supper you have to book ticket months in advance :( Regarding the salad we don't use dressing like in US since we think it can ruins the taste of vegetables while we take care of ourselves about how much oil and winegard we use. Apr. 1, 2012, 2:23pm
tony: Milan-Barcelona game was a boring, lackluster 0-0 scoreless draw. so you did much better better at the museum. Imagine the flood of future streams of income those poorly (if at all) paid painters left the city! Italy´s been milking them for decades--as if the whole country is an amusement park Mar. 30, 2012, 4:12am