Hotel Re Cinisello
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I woke up about five hours after I went to sleep, too excited to rest and ready to start the day! It began on the right foot, with croissants, fruit, juice, cheeses, meats, and espresso, all compliments of our lodgings. I chowed down, waiting for my buddy Luca to come be our tour guide for part of the day. He showed up, all smiles and hugs, and off …
So, it turns out foreigners are really nice people, if you give them a chance. I always had this sorta isolationist view, that Americans are hated by the outside world, and traveling anywhere outside our borders is a dangerous notion. However, as an art history major entering the world of universities and academia, I suppose it was time for me to …
... to the hairs on my arms. I calmed a little when I worked out they weren't alive just some bits from plants that appeared to be superglued to me. Took a while to get them off me. There followed a surprisingly long period of walking along while my little brain thought out that if I had been walking in shorts through plants that managed to stick bits to my arms then maybe, just maybe, I might have some bits on my legs ...
We woke up and walked down the street to have a pastry and coffee before leaving for the airport. We are looking forward to the Rick Steve's tour portion of the vacation. Flew to Rome and transferred to a flight to Milan. We made a quick visit to the Duomo (inside and top) and the nearby 1870's shopping galleria. We arrived during Milan's "Fashion Week". We saw red carpets at ...
... by bus to pick up the x-ray disc. This was surprisingly easy. There seem to be no counters beyond the front entrance to the hospital, so one just wanders around and grabs anyone with an ID badge and gabble about Mio Madre and her broken arm and wave the paperwork. Eventually somebody went and got somebody who went and got somebody else and they disappeared for a while and bought the disc. An interesting experience.
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
I stayed in a first floor room, and found the reception to be very welcoming. However, be prepared that the room is relatively small and certain bathroom amenities (i.e. my shower) sometimes do not work. Be forewarned, the Hotel Re is on a ONE WAY STREET and you must either exit the Autostrase before the hotel onto Via Milanese, or wind around on the side streets until you can reach one that will take you to Via Milanese.
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