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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Conference facilities
TravelPod Member ReviewsNhow Milano
Nice Lamborghini,Ferrari etc. on entrance, modern big reception, artistics halls, fabulous rooms, richest breakfast with lots of fruits,...only stuff could be little bit more Friendly,...
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... sellers were doing a roaring trade. You could also buy a cloak to cover yourself from the ticket seller. One lady in particular was hilarious. She had on a dress, just a drawstring wasted thing, with full sleeves, and came to about mid-thigh. I didn't think she looked too bad, but the door police were having none of it... and she kept pulling the dress down to try and reach the two finger limit. At one stage there she actually bent her back down so she was ...
WEDNESDAY 10 JUNE
Ahh the feeling of waking up with no alarm, nothing planned and nowhere to be.
We are still in the lovely Lake Como region, the day has started a little overcast, but its warm and we are in a hotel overlooking a lake. Its so freakin wonderful I have no words to describe this.
We went down to breakfast at the very civilised time of 8am, there was cereal, yoghurt, cold meats, eggs, pastries and breads and fruits. Lots to choose from. A jug ...
The weather's still the same, beautiful, hot, sunny summer days, the language, the delicious food the cheap coffee are all still the same. However the people have changed, they are more patient than those of the city and most of all the scenery has changed, our rides now consist of forced tangents away from the little towns, down main roads where unscrupulous prostitutes stand, waiting for equally unscrupulous men. The positive side to this change of scenery is that the area ...
Milan is most often associated with fashion, but we arrived to continue our search for Italy's historic culture. Specifically, we went for Leonardo Di Vinci's Last Supper at the Santa Maria delle Grazie monastery. Once again we were unsuccessful at obtaining advanced tickets online and decided to try our luck on the street. The monastery is very small and doesn't maintain many works, but that didn't detract from its popularity. ...
... scenery through south-eastern France as we approach the boarder with an increasing number of mountain peaks and castles, and we even manage to see some snow not yet melted on the higher peaks. On crossing the boarder, there is an immediate change in crew, as an Italian woman takes over as train manager from the French man, and the first language of all subsequent announcements occurs in Italian rather than French, and English translations become rare. Some grasp of the ...