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Re: [libreoffice-conference] Address of conference venue?


Hi Ricardo,

Just a small question: Can I take an Urban ticket for this?? The english
atm-mi.it pages says:

"Validity: 90 minutes after stamping. Valid for a single journey on the
underground or rail network, including the urban rail lines of Trenord
and the 'Passante Ferroviario' (Urban Railway Network)."

IMHO this would not include the bus... --> One day ticket??
And: I do need a luggage ticket - right?? (for arriving)

Thanks,

Florian


Am 22.09.2013 19:14, schrieb Riccardo Robecchi:
Hi Stefan,
the address is Via Comelico, 39 Milano and you can get there in two
different and relatively fast ways using public transport:
   - Take the Metro (M3) to Crocetta and get the tram line 16 to "Monte
Velino", the stop is "Via Comelico".
   - Take the Metro (M3) to Lodi TIBB and get the bus line 92 to "Viale
Umbria - Via Comelico".
The venue is some 50 metres from both the stops. I use any of the two
when I have to attend classes there and, in my experience, they are the
fastest ways.
Hope I helped anyone wanting to come by public transport!

Riccardo

Nella citazione in data dom 22 set 2013 16:27:50 CEST, Stefan Weigel ha
scritto:

Am 22.09.2013 15:53, schrieb Alfredo Parisi:

Department of Computer Science, The address is Via Comelico 39, Milano


Great. Thanks,
Stefan





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Liebe Grüße, / Yours,
Florian Reisinger

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