Smeraldo was an historical theatre, in town. The venue brings memories and it’s plenty of history for the Milanees. Following its history, the super-store’s themes will be music and food. Eataly opens in the most buzzy district in town, Garibaldi/Porta Nuova.
Just realised that next week I will move from the 5º miserable degrees (C) of a rainy Milan to the 28º of a shiny Dubai and then back to -5º of a freezing New York. The challenge now will be what to put on my cabin suitcase. (*)
(*) the author of this blog follows strict unbreakable policies – no suitcase will be boarded. Just cabin. No boarding. Never.
And so I went this early morning back to Milan Linate airport to look for my lost iPad mini. The first place where I started my research was the L&F office. The lost&found office works with/for lost baggage only. A different office is in charge of lost objects. So I went to the different office. A different-different office is in charge of objects lost on Alitalia flights. So I went to the different-different office.
They found immediately the iPad. It was still stored somewhere close to the runaways. It took 45 mins to get it back to the office, and then in my hands.
I have to say – people from the 3 offices were extremely polite and helpful. The third office was supposed to open at 9am, but they started the research as soon as I got there. It was 8am. Thank you.
So the iPad is now back home. I’ve just deactivated the lost mode. Few minutes after powering the iPad on, I got a tweet from the Airport account.
@giusec Contatta il nr 0224993458 lun-ven dalle 11:00 alle 12:00 o invia una mail all’indirizzo firstname.lastname@example.org
— Milan Airports (@MiAirports) February 24, 2014
In few words:
- phone numbers to contact lost objects office in Milan Linate are +39 0224993458 (Alitalia flights) and +39 0274852359
- emails are email@example.com (Alitalia flights) and firstname.lastname@example.org (all other flights)
(original post is here, in Italian)
I met all of them years ago, when I started my MBA class, in Milan. It was the end of 2003.
One year later Confraternita del Geco (Brotherhood of the Gecko) was created by 8 brave MBA students. One left (was forced to leave?) a couple of years later. They established a solid friendship. A statute was created. It was established to have a dinner-meeting every third Wednesday of each month (Gecocena, the Gecko-dinner) in an unknown osteria in Milan. Each month organised by a different member of the brotherhood – il Grangeco. A couple of them created the first sushi factory in Italy. Recently, a Whatsapp group was created – Confraternita definitely knows how to use the latest technologies.
After 10 years, Confraternita is still alive – and kicking. Next meeting, all together, will take place this weekend, in London. We will celebrate 10 years of our friendship (and 10 yrs of our statute!). A full photo report will be featured – on this blog.
List of top brand new restaurants in Milan from Corriere, major country newspaper.