Abano Ritz Terme
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... in the restaurant. It was lovely around the pool, very relaxing and we went for dinner quite early and then had a steam room session and another swim in the warm pool before piling into bed fairly tired. Unfortunately the rooms weren't soundproofed from our fellow guests whistling up the long corridors and sleep was hard to come by. Nevermind, it was a great day and tomorrow is ...
... people so close as it would be too loud. Well, they did and it was! Lunch on the waterfront (there is lots to choose from!), in the sun watching the world go by, in boats. Made use of the day pass for the water buses in the afternoon and sailed most of the canals. The gondoliers still wear the stripy shirts and black trousers, but not one of them was singing. There must be more churches in Venice than buildings in ...
... very helpful in showing us all the places to go and looking up the times for us to catch our Alilaguna bus to airport on Sunday.
Once he left, and we had settled in, we set out for lunch. Since this was our last stop on the trip and we had decided to make this day a relaxing one so felt that it was time to splurge. We got to the restaurant 10 minutes before they closed for siesta but, they were kind enough to seat us and not rush us. We had a mixed ...
... those steep stairs! Remember, I had found the duffle bag that I wanted but unfortunately I could never find anything to attach the duffle to the top of my suitcase—and I looked at many stores. So picture this: my red backpack from Pavlus on my back (it's just a nylon bag with black cording for the arms), my camera bag across my shoulder and front (it’s heavy!), and now also my new duffle bag also across my shoulder and front (thankfully, it’s very light), and ...
... Canal. After crossing this and taking many pictures we were finally in San Marco, then began the quest of finding Piazza San Marco, which eventually we did. It was massive! Surrounding the square were restaurants and live bands, the square was filled with tourists and of course pigeons. At one end was the Basilica Di San Marco, next to it was Palazzo Ducale and Campanile. We walked through the square and went to the top of Campanile, which gave as exquisite panoramic views of ...