Corte dei Mori
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... with a backdrop of wooded hills on either side. The hotel is typically shabby – complete with faded floral carpets and browning net curtains – but seemingly well-used. An Eastern European tour bus arrives at the same time as us; among the throng, stern-looking 40-something women scour the lobby for their teenage offspring while they wait impatiently for the hotel’s one small lift to chug back to the ground floor.
After finally making our ...
... and a Kiwi, whose ages spanned from 18 to 36. The crew included a recent high school grad/aspiring masseuse; an English teacher in Korea; a former London line cook turned literary student; and a diplomat’s daughter/Peace Corps vet who’s lived in eight countries. On the other side were Mauro’s three young children, Amadeo, Adele, and Agatha, who were anxiously awaiting their food, unphased by the unfamiliar faces. Next to them ...
... has to duck at the same time. Our tour took us thru the small streets (even though they are water ways, they are still called streets), the Grand Canal, and also a small portion in the water way where a Cruise Ship had just passed – was a bit choppier there! Some of the small streets are very quiet and peaceful, with no one in sight. Some are more congested with Gondolas, where there is a bit of a Gondola-Jam!
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... or very few). The road is very narrow, so when car's passed we had to step in the field - that is if there was a field. Pretty flowers And lovely countryside We eventually got to the crossroads, and enjoyed sitting in the park for a ...
... best looking we'd seen inItaly, which is saying something. We didn't regret our choice though as we had a Bolognese (well it's actually Ragu here, but who cares) and it beat Pisa (our other choice of day trip) with TWO leaning towers. Also it had the perviest fountain yet known to man. We arrived in Venice, and after ******* around a bit found a hostel, then tackled a hearty and surpising cheap meal at Brek (Thanks Vicky!) and an amazing ice ...