Bed and Breakfast Venezia
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... for that. Walter emails back (internet up again now) and says yes I have advised the driver to come later tomorrow. I gathered up and replied, and deleted all the descriptors like blockhead and moron and said NO Walter, TODAY. He chirped back a moment later and said all good.
Time for a quick lunch before lugging the bags, which seem to now ne filled with lead soldiers, back to the station.
The strike is from 9am-4pm tomorrow. All trains departing before ...
... sea day saw us play shuffle board again, just the 2 of us this time, attend a couple of shows and some disco dancing. At dinner the food and beverage manager happened to walk past and ask us how we were......the ensuing conversation ended up with complimentary strawberries, dipped in chocolate being sent to our stateroom, special one on one service at breakfast and the "coup d'etate"....We finally shattered their defence and got to the top bloke. "Mr Ken" is the ...
... in the sounds of the singing gondoliers going past us. The seafood tagliatelle was incredible. It was light and fresh with a hint of chilli. The cost of 4 drinks and 2 meals came to $65 euro, about $90 Aud. Well worth it for the view. We roamed the streets. The little place is enchanting with the alleys lined with mask shops and the smells of fresh pasta, garlic and gelati everywhere. The is ...
... we came here. Hands down, favourite city! Our first day we got here around noon and it was a beautiful hot, sunny day. There was a chance of showers for our second day so we tried to see as much as we could that first day just to be safe. The city is fairly small, but it takes awhile getting to places because of the little "streets" and bridges. We walked past lots of churches (we found they all seem to look the same on the outside), piazzas (here they are called campo's), ...
... the two sides of the stone bridge. More clothing, luggage, and handbag shops, peppered with your other touristy stops but they we unique and interesting in their location. The market was filled with vendors offering fresh produce of all kinds. It was Monday, so the seafood vendors, often also there, were absent. Along the outside of the inner market were food markets offering amazing selections of meats and cheeses. It was a good trek and visit to the ...