"A casa mia..." Bed and Breakfast - Camere e appartamenti a Venezia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... The only positive (of a bad situation) I can see, is if the ship goes down I can walk off my balcony and straight into the lifeboat - priority seating.
After having a meltdown about our cabin we looked for the gluten free coffee bar as we knew from the last MSC cruise this bar has soy milk. We had barely slept the past few days and decided we needed coffee. I ordered a soy latte and was told by the waitress they did not serve soy milk. Toby went and ...
... the worst blisters by the end of walking around! I couldn't wear shoes for days after I had to wear thongs everywhere. Our second day staying at Verona we spent driving out to a winery town called Soave. We got to information and asked about where the good wineries were for tastings and set of. Sim had put some addresses into the GPS so I followed that and ended up driving down roads that were more motorbike tracks through the vines themselves! Needless to say we didn't find any ...
... a stop in Lyon!
The wine was going down so nicely and our drinking spot was so perfect, we didn’t want to leave so we shared a pizza which was absolutely delicious. What a great day in Venice, a really enchanting and romantic place – and what better way to continue the romance by catching a bus back to our posh shed at the campsite – don’t you just love travelling on a budget!
... also termed Padua, a modest-size city about 40 km west of Venice, to see St Anthony’s Basilica and Giotto’s frescos in the Scrovegni Chapel. At the suggestion of our Untours host, we took a bus to Padova in order to see the many elaborate villas that lay between Venice and Padova. Following a brief lunch in a nearby park, our party was given entrance to the Chapel for a period of 20 mins to view the frescos…. not nearly enough time! ...
... cost 1.50€, and if you sit on stairs or anything you get moved along straight away by these "gaurdians" in orange shirts. You have to pay to sit in a restaurant or something if you get tired. I didn't worry about doing the gondola ride because it just seems so boring!! It was nice enough just walking the streets watching the gondola's. It's the first place I wasn't able to get a wristband :(. But I'm in Italy for about a week so surely another city will have ...