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Palasesto-Palazzo del Ghiaccio

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Palasesto-Palazzo del Ghiaccio

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Pezzler wrote a review Sep 2013
Chicago, Illinois324 contributions108 helpful votes
We visited this rink for the annual Spring Cup held in February. It's pretty much like rinks in the United States. This one has plenty of seating though the parking lot seemed small. We arrived by subway so we didn't have to figure out parking. The woman at the ticket window didn't speak English and had trouble understanding how many tickets we needed. A kind person behind us helped us. The bathrooms looked pretty much like rink bathrooms I've seen everywhere else. After a few hours into a competition they're messy and not cleaned. The women's restroom was on a timer for the lights so it's good either to be quick or have someone to turn it back on for you. There was no food available inside but outside on the side of the building there is a "bar" which sells food. It's small and was crowded when we were there. While I wasn't excited by any of the offerings they did have an assortment of sandwiches (paninis). Outside across the parking lot there were two food trucks that showed up for this competition. They both offered basically the same thing--hamburgers, hotdogs, sausages and some other sandwiches. I thought it was funny that rink food doesn't seem to change much no matter where you are. I ended up buying my child a hotdog which she thought was good. They cooked it when we ordered. We took it back inside. There didn't seem to be any prohibition on taking food into the rink as some rinks do in the United States for competitions. It's a quick walk from the subway. Once you reach street level you will see the building in front of you. You walk pass a stop for several busses. It wasn't particularly cold inside so there was no need for a blanket when we sat in the stands.
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Date of experience: February 2013
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