Hotel Al Sole
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Hello from venice! When we were planning our trip to Europe, we each had a "must go to" place, and Venice was mine! When we walked out of the train station we both stopped in our tracks and just stood there while we saw this amazing city for the first time. That is something I will never forget! This is the most beautiful, amazing, unique, romantic …
... in a pitch battle between the Red Star Eighty-somethings gang and the Lazio Dodgy Hip Posse…and so began the journey home.
‘Every journey starts with the first step.’ Ours started with a 20 minute walk through the dock complex to the people mover. €1.30 later we were once again in Piazzala Roma.
I still had 50 Bulgarian Lev on my person. This is as a result of not actually making it to Burgas coupled with being too keen to ...
... we managed to wake up to some stunning views of these very mountains. We did our own tour around the beautiful mountains stopping at good lookout points to take photos; the weather was excellent so we were able to see the mountains in all their glory – no fog in sight!
Alba was a small town on our list of places to stop off at as it's a wine region known for its "robust" red wines. As ...
... Schism (Eastern Orthodox vs. Roman Catholic churches) and ...
... to once again figure out how to get to the hostel. It turned out we had to walk through the sketchiest tunnel ever which had tvs that weren't functioning but just had black fuzzy screens. The scariest screens ever. Also the street we came out to was really darkly lit and I seriously would not have been able to venture forward without my friends. We eventually got there and the hostel turned out to be pretty nice so it was all good haha.