Hilton Garden Inn Milan Malpensa
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHilton Garden Inn Milan Malpensa Somma Lombardo
We stayed here provided by Lufthansa when were were layed nover due to snowstrom inParis. Best bed we had on our 3 month trip.
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... which is home to Il Duomo, the fifth largest cathedral in the world. It is an imposing sight over its namesake Piazza del Duomo, and attracts thousands of visitors every day. The exterior is in a constant state of renovation, still going from when we were here 9 years ago. From here we strolled the short distance to Castello Sforzesco, which has been built, rebuilt, expanded & renovated since the 14th century until it was handed over to the ...
... we had found our way there, we could not have looked at it! We decide we have had enough walking for today and follow the main road back to the car. We have decided to make a big salad for lunch and spend the afternoon relaxing in our garden. We drive to the supermarketo in Bellagio and stock up. Back to Nesso and park the car and Roger has just arrived back too. We walk the 2-300 metres back to the apartment - this is another goat track with very ...
... we went back to where the sign was to find there was another smaller road heading up. We went up and it got very narrow. There were a few cars parked and then a sign we were unsure about - did it mean no entry? Or no parking? We thought it meant the road was one way and in our direction so we continued on a bit only to find it got so narrow that the car was hardly fitting. We decided that maybe the sign had said it was a pedestrian road only. So Wendy now had to ...
... have coffee while they wait. There are no ticket machines in sight but we see a parking inspector and ask. He tells us that it is free for two hours and you have to write the time you arrive on a note and leave on your dashboard. You think that would work in Australia? So we head our respective ways. The boys arrive at the cable car station only to discover it is closed until 2:30 - siesta! Oh we'll, I guess we have lunch first. We walk back to find the girls, past the car where ...
... and most importantly it was DRY and, as castles go, WARM.
Back at the car, we ate a picnic lunch and then headed up to the second castle, Montebello. Montebello I thought was supposed to be open in winter according to the website, but I think I misread the website. The grounds were open, but the museum and towers were closed. We had a ton of fun tromping around the grounds, over drawbridges, and walking the walls. There were gaps at ...