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5 PM Opera at La Scala on a Sunday night

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Trying to work out logistics for our final night in Italy. We'll check out of our hotel in Montecatini on Sunday morning. and drive to Milan, where we'll stay Sunday night at the Ibis hotel by Malpensa airport. We purchased tickets to the 5 PM show at La Scala. I realize that our hotel is quite a distance from the theater. What's the easiest (lowest hassle, not necessarily lowest cost) method for getting to the theater and back from Ibis hotel? Should we drive our rental car or leave it at the hotel? One idea I had was to drive the car to the Park Hyatt, which is a 5 minute walk to the theater. I thought we'd park at the Hyatt, walk to the theater, walk back to the Hyatt, have a bite to eat there and then drive back to Ibis.

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