First Hotel Malpensa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
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... the Carabinieri (ie: that police station), which we took to be a good sign. We took several photos of the area, and our walk to the Metro train station - just in case we got lost and needed to work out how to to get back. WE still had no map at this stage and that made decision making a bit hard. I mean, I knew that there was a City centre square and a Duomo and the Last Supper, and its a fashion capital - but really I just wanted to go here so I could wear my ...
... name a few, 200+ Nationalities live in Dubai, it has over 611 hotels in the city, the new airport DWC will have capacity of 240mln passengers and Emirates has the highest a380 fleet (83 aircrafts). We also learnt that interpersonal relationship is crucial to do business in the UAE and only after several meeting of "hello and hi", you can talk business.
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Having explored the town on Tuesday afternoon we decided to have a lazy day around the pool today, have a few beers and soak up some of the afternoon sun. We met some girls from Lucerne that gave us a few tips for France before having a feed, some Swiss ice cream and settling in for our last night in Switzerland. 12 days has gone very fast but has been action packed and a time I'll never forget. Thanks ...
... We drove all the way up to the back gate of the castle like our GPS directed us. Finding no parking, we put the car in the turnaround at the top - ah, the benefits of coming in January with no one there! Led by D, who was really into it, we explored the exterior of the castle, climbing towers and walking on walls. We took a turn through the museum, which was teeny tiny and probably not worth the 5 CHF, but it had a nice movie on the history of ...
... we were so full from pizza we couldn't fit in gelato. That would have to wait until tomorrow.
The next morning we went to Varese, a nearby Italian town about 30 minutes drive from Ponte Tresa. Varese is a small town with a lovely old town area so we walked around the cobblestone streets and enjoyed a cappuccino. After a brief stop at the fashion house 'Zara' to take advantage of the sales we stumbled across an ice cream shop. Both Paul and Erin had ...