NH Milanofiori

Address: Strada 2a, Milanofiori - Loc. Assago, Milan, Lombardy, 20090, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Strada 2a, Milanofiori - Loc. Assago, Milan, is near Scuola Grande di San Teodoro and Church of San Sebastiano.
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      A travel blog entry by scotfordfamily on Nov 01, 2014

      30 photos

      ... shop.

      Our 3rd and final day was Oli's 10th birthday. It started with his favourite bacon and eggs for breakfast, a quick run around the park, some Burger King for lunch, more park time in the afternoon and a quick visit to the Duomo, then a late afternoon movie. The big treat for the day was a visit to Luna Park which for some reason has the interesting opening hours of 8.45pm - Midnight. It makes a bit more sense in summer, but quite odd in winter. The big upside of this ...

      Italian Lakes and Alps

      A travel blog entry by jacquikevin on May 07, 2014

      1 comment, 13 photos

      ... sunny, no wind, snow on the Alps and a picture perfect lake surrounded by hotels, villas and mansions of the rich and famous including Bishops, Cardinals and of course George Clooney! Oh how the other half live! We docked at Bellagio for a stroll of the lovely typically Italian town and a lunch of the local fresh water fish and salad and local wine! This was definitely a day to ...

      Milan and our last blog entry

      A travel blog entry by shirley-george on Oct 29, 2013

      2 comments, 7 photos

      ... to New York City’s Central Park. At one edge of the park that was once a gate to the city is located the Arco della Pace. This arch was built to honor Napoleon’s rule. But not too many years later when they realized he was a maniac, they turned the horses on the arch around so that their behinds were facing the road where Napoleon entered the city.

      A walk across town between rain showers took us to the National Museum ...

      Venice, Valeriano, and Vito D'Asio

      A travel blog entry by khanovasemya on Aug 14, 2013

      16 photos

      ... holiday was originally created by the emperor Augustus in 18 BC to celebrate the laborers who brought in the harvest. It also had pagan ties to the Roman goddess, Diana. Today, Catholics celebrate it as a Holy Day of Obligation and the entire country shuts down. To celebrate, after taking my mom the the airport in Mestre, we drove up the Carnic Alps high above the Arzino river valley to celebrate the day with friends in the little town of Vito D'Asio. Vito ...

      Milan, visiting Cinque Terre, Verona & Lake Garda

      A travel blog entry by neverold on Aug 03, 2013

      7 comments, 81 photos

      ... been adopted for the purpose and who am I to argue with a few thousand locals. Verona turned out to be a very pretty city with many worthwhile things to see, not just the Skapespear thing. Indeed, the guide was at pains to point out that Shakespear never visited Verona and there is much, much more to this lovely, historical city than a dubious love story.

      On the ...