Holiday Inn Milan - Garibaldi Station
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Staff extremely helpful, trams out the front take you to Duomo and shopping precinct within 10minutes. Breakfast quality good and typically European. Good value hotel
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... digital system because the woman has barely gone when the dentist points to the X-Ray image of my teeth on her screen and says there’s a hole. I agree.
She then says that she’ll remove the tooth. Huh?
I was looking at making an appointment to get a filling today and here she is wanting to solve the problem in quite a different way. She explained that I didn’t need it to eat … but …, well, I wasn’t expecting this.
This morning we said goodbye to our beautiful Castle hideaway & hit the Autostrada. First stop was Vicolungo The Style Outlet Shopping Mall to spend the last of those pesky Euro's! Then we thought we would just have a drive around the villages in Lombardy around the lake Lago Maggiore. It was just beautiful. Especially the village if Angera. I could ...
... side. Yes, Kinder are one of the common brands. I bought one a while back to have a look and it closely … No, it wasn’t about the chocolate. I bought another today that I’ll eat … on Sunday I guess. To read more about Italian Easter eggs, see http://www.explore-italian-culture.com/ easter-egg-tradition.html and ...
... Battery Boy jokingly apologised to the maître'd who laughter and said, "I don't wear a suit on holidays either."
Video Girl and Catering Queen ordered on behalf of Battery Boy and Luncheon Luc and thoroughly enjoyed their Italian banquet of pasta, salami, roasted vegetables, cheeses and fish with the obligatory bottle of vino.
The four wandered the streets plotting and planning their next session of ...
An early start this morning as we were being picked up at 6am to go to the airport! As we came downstairs to the lobby, we couldn't help but notice that the curtains were drawn across the dining area - Ramadan had begun! Once at the airport we checked our luggage and headed to the Emarites lounge to grab a light breakfast while waiting for the boarding announcement. This lounge was huge (about the size of the whole ...