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Starting a New Chapter in Milan: My Experience Moving into a New Apartment (Part 1)

Exciting news! I’ve just moved into my new apartment in Milan, and I’m loving it so far. It was a bit of a risk, since I had never actually seen the place before I moved in. I had to rely on pictures and descriptions from the housing agency, and just hope for the best. But as it turns out, everything worked out perfectly.

The apartment is spacious and well-furnished, with all the basic necessities provided for me. And the best part? A cozy balcony with a great view! I was excited to have a balcony all to myself, but it turns out that most buildings in Milan have them, and they’re used as a spot to hang and dry clothes. Still, I can’t complain – the view is beautiful, and it’s a great spot to relax and unwind after a long day.

All in all, I’m really happy with my new apartment and can’t wait to see what the future holds in this new chapter of my life.

There were a few things that I found odd or maybe just needs some getting used to. For example…

Nice view from my room balcony.
What is this hole for?
At first I wasn’t sure if I had access to the balcony or if, that was possible at all. Then, I saw this wheel with a long tape that was attached next to the top of the curtains. I had no clue what that was until my roommate showed me what to do with it. It’s basically a pull for the metal that you see in front of the curtain. I still don’t now what the metal is suppose to do except block the sun but, isn’t that why the curtain is there? lol
For some odd reason all of the switch for the main lighting on the ceiling in each room are located outside the bedroom door. Why?

Escape Your Horror Roommate: Moving to a New Apartment in Milan (Part 3)

Get ready for an exciting new chapter in Milan! I’m moving again and this time, I’ve found the perfect apartment. It’s got everything I need and more – a balcony with a stunning view, a well-maintained building, and all the essential amenities. The only catch?

Leaving Pastorelli Behind: Moving to a New Apartment in Milan (Part 2)

Saying goodbye to my old apartment in Milan was a bittersweet experience. On the one hand, I was excited to move on to a new place and start a new chapter in my life. But on the other hand, I knew that leaving behind my cozy little home wasn’t going to be easy.


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