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Travel Blogs from Chioggia
... almost an hour before - there was more banging and then the conductor came and said that the train was broken and they were waiting for instructions. Just when we had all decided to get off and catch the next train now due in 30 minutes (we had discussions with other passenegers and had worked out alternative connections. The whistle blew and the train headed off - apparently all fixed! Seeing that our arrival time was now 3 minutes after ...
We woke up this morning and headed to the train station. We are now on the train to Rome. This is our last stop on our European Adventure. It's so hard to believe time has flown by. I think Shannon has been most excited about Rome the whole trip, so it will be a great way to end our vacation. We can't wait to see ancient Rome- The colosseum, forum, and fountains. Looking forward to the last blog post in a few days!
... IV were pretty impressive too. We needed another day so perhaps a return visit will be required.
The 70 km. ride from outside Bologna was okay with nothing spectacular to it. We found a couple of interesting things to look at and could generally keep to a minor road which ran parallel to the secondary road and the major highway.
Our small hotel/B&B was very conveniently located just inside ...
... back to the hotel just in time to get ready to go out for the Cichetti (a type of Venetian tapas) tour that I was looking forward to.
We met our guide for the tour and the other tour members (two American couples, and an Australian family) and then headed off to the first cichetti bar. The idea of the tour was to show us how the local Venetians eat and drink. We went to various bars and tried delicious cichetti dishes and local wine. Most ...
... This basically involved visiting the Rialto Bridge and St Mark’s Square. Venice is a city built for wandering. Sure there are some landmarks you may want to see, but the real reason to visit is just to wander all the streets. Be warned, it easy to get lost, and you probably will, but there are occasional signs that will point you in the right direction, and, in the end, Venice is an island, so you can always find your way back to where you came from.
So we set off in ...
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking