Locanda Ca' San Vio
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
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... and mango which were all very tasty. Once we had our ice creams we went for another walk and then went back to the train station. Once we were at the train station we went and got to get on the train but it was late by around about 5-10mins. So once the train finally got at Ravenna we hopped on and it started moving for about 37secs but then it just stopped and we found out that the train was broken so we had to get off and run to ...
... to shine in most areas. I did find a tree; there are probably more, but not many. We stayed a Saturday and Sunday night, with the Saturday Night really rocking. A number of stag celebrations, and separately, stagette celebrations moving through the streets; with all the hazing and local ...
... of San Lazzaro degli Armeni and is owned by the Armenian Orthodox Church. The island houses an active monastery, impressive museum and library (over 150,000 books). The island has other residents as well, and tours are conducted, but for this trip we won't have a chance to visit. It would also be incredible to visit the abandoned islands of the lagoon and explore the ruins, but I don't even know if that is possible or legal. I'd be surprised ...
... Folkestone that go via the Channel Tunnel through to Calais. For our particular trip, due to rail engineering work in France, we joined the far more stylish continental Wagon Lits carriages of the Venice Simplon Orient Express (VSOE) at Bruges an hour and a quarter by coach after arriving at the French tunnel terminal.We were really fortunate that we were upgraded to a two room suite and given complimentary champagne on boarding at Bruges on account ...
... from Friuli--and did indeed pair well with nearly everything on the table. It had subtle floral notes on the nose, along with a subtle citrus fruitiness, but the palate was dry and clean with great minerality! For dessert, we had fried cream... What? How can you possibly fry cream?? Well, first you take cream and use cornstarch to thicken it into a pasty cream - a VERY thick one. Then it was rolled in a crumb crust and pan fried. Served alongside the sugar-dusted triangles ...