A quiet, sunny flat with 3 huge windows and a balcony with a lovely view. Plus, 5 minutes walk from trendy neighborhood Isola and 10 form subway and train station Garibaldi (green line). Perfect for two ;)
Spacious 4th floor flat (no lift), with upstairs bedroom. Downstairs, fully furnished kitchen, huge living room with sofa bed, big table/desk with big windows, brand new bathroom with bath tub and washing machine.
Nice neighborhood, near metro Garibaldi and train station, markets, shops. Wifi, independent heating.
Quiet, lovely balcony (shared with next door young family, great people)
In the area you have all sorts of restaurants, bars, shops and supermarkets.
The famous Isola area is five minutes walk from the flat (if you (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) Isola and New York Times you'll find an excellent article on the area)
Chinatown is 15 minutes walk.
The Metro and train station is 10 minutes walk, and you have trams and buses in front of the house going to the centre, Duomo and Cadorna.
Zugang für Gäste
Everything ;) I also have a good library they can use, provided they put books back more or less in the same shelf.
Interaktion mit Gästen
If I am in Milan, I'll be happy to meet you, otherwise I'll give you keys and instructions.
Smoking allowed if you are not a chain smoker (I quit)
Gioia Guerzoni lives in Milan and has been translating fiction, mainly from English into Italian, for the past twenty years. She has worked on American and British authors – Ben Marcus, Teju Cole, Jonathan Lethem, Siri Hustvedt, Paula Fox, Colm Tóibín - as well as on several Indian writers - Lavanya Sankaran, Altaf Tyrewala, Tishani Doshi, Kiran Nagarkar, Amruta Patil and many others. The latter she has grown to know and appreciate through her extensive travels in the subcontinent, always with her laptop. She occasionally writes about Indian literature and related subjects for Italian and Indian magazines.
In 2008 she edited and translated an anthology of fiction, non-fiction and graphic short stories by new Indian writers (Tishani Doshi, Annie Zaidi, Palash K. Mehrotra, Sarnath Banerjee and many others) for ISBN publisher The anthology has been published in 2009 in India by Delhi based Westland Books Ltd
She is currently focusing on other projects involving Indian literature in English and started working as a consultant for South East Asia on behalf of the Italian publishing house Il Saggiatore.