Una Hotel Tocq
Travel Blogs from Milan
... Mulled this over for a while and then looked down at my arms to see 3 more of the blighters enjoying "the full Scottish Breakfast" at my expense. I thought this was a bit rich given the lack of my own breakfast. On a similar theme, at one stage this afternoon I was thrashing about in the vegetation after the path I was following just seemed to disappear. Regained the path and then noticed that there were several ...
... town and big screens projecting news about the shows. Charlene wowed the crowd with the Kohls Collection and I was rocking the "House of Levi's ". We actually saw a Levi's store and saw my same jeans for 102 Euros. Who knew I was such a fashionista? We had a nice Milanese dinner and ready for Lake Cuomo tomorrow. Favorite food: Osso buco and saffron risotto (specialties of ...
... this is Milan and it's too chilled out to be bothered about the unending Graffiti.
We agree that we'll sit down at the first cafe we find as we dont want to get lost again....so the first thing we do is walk past the first cafe we see...saying it's a bit posh or something and then walk past another 20 or so cafes...net result, yes we get lost again. so spend another hour trying to get back ...
... and as the church bells chimed 1:00 out came the waitress with the menu. I ordered the antipasto della casa, a plate of gnocci, 1/4 litre of house red, water and expresso. Within about 15 minutes the place was full, mostly locals. The meal was glorious. The antipasto came on 3 plates. One of 3 varieties of local salami, another of a saucer sized pizza, just cheese but a beautiful delicate molten cheese. (Fratella, I think ...
Moved to Como this morning. Mum had been out with the group for dinner last night and was not at all happy. Mum does not drink at all and many of the rest of the group do, so she felt left out of the general jollity and was not in a mood to put ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility