Studios Hotel & Centro Congressi
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
Photos of Studios Hotel & Centro Congressi
TripAdvisor Reviews Studios Hotel & Centro Congressi Milan
Travel Blogs from Milan
... back home and write down my future life project :) Thanks for following me in this adventure and I hope you enjoyed it has much as I enjoyed writing this blog. Je n'ai pas pus vous amenez avec moi dans mes valises mais j'ai essaye de vous faire partager et deguster (des yeux) tous ces moments memorables !! Je reviens a montreal lundi prochain le 15 decembre et il me fera plaisir de vous revoir tous bien vite . Un abbraccio, Dominique ...
... br> After lunch we took the subway to the Duomo - an amazing old church in the heart of the city. It is massive in size and "awe" effect. The floors were my favorite part of touring the inside. They are marble with a very pretty large floral print. Someday - I will have these floors in my home :) While downtown we walked through the holiday market, some shops, and then stumbled into a little cafe once we had worked up an appetite. We split a 1/2 bottle of Red wine and a ...
Museum at Academia for a bit of culture- lots of painting of last supper that were rescued(?) from churches in town. Some really old 14c stuff and some more recent restored items. Amazing brushwork and huge alter pieces some with bible stories that were new to me. Spent arvo wandering lanes and canals. Pizza at same restaurant. ...
... with a Brit and a Scot on the way - hope their "Battle of Britain" scenario plays out! Arrived a at the Lesmo station at around 9.20am which allowed us to watch the GP3 support race at those famous corners before walking to our seats at the Rettefilo chicane. Hung our Australian flag at the front of the grandstand and enjoyed the GP2 (seriously loud and great racing) and Porsche Cup support races. After that, we headed for the shade, with ...
... to the black diamond bar for aperitivo. Jono had talked this place up and he pulled through. For the price of a cocktail (€10) you can eat all the finger food you can fit in. Things from small sandwiches to prawn cocktails and Italian omelets. It was delicious. On top of that, the cocktails were really good. They didn't cheap out on the alcohol portions either. We finished three cocktails each and were all very merry haha. We walked home ...