Hotel ai due Fanali
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... a ticket for the bus and water-bus combination at the machine at the airport beside the baggage claim for 15euros only to find that the water-bus we tried to get on was some other company and would not accept our ticket so there goes some wasted euros to the Italians...:(
The water-bus took us, what seemed, to the very end of the line at Rialto bridge, ...
Up early to pack, have breakfast and get to airport. We wondered about that happening as our taxi driver spent most of his time while driving on the freeway either on the radio or writing on his notepad, balanced on the steering wheel.
We have experienced many frustrations with french systems on this trip but I had high expectations of Air France. The web booking was easy and yesterday I received an email ...
... was really uneven because of the water getting inside the church.
Venice was so cool from what I have seen.
Today is Riley's birthday and he is having it in Venice.
He got a water gun, headphones,itunes and pokemon cards.
Riley chose putt putt for his birthday. It was so fun.
No one got a hole in one though.
Riley got 5 ice-cream vouchers.
... and what will be our home for the next 14 nights.
The MSC Orchestra is 92,000 tons. By today’s standard this is a small to medium size vessel. Some of the Royal Caribbean ship are 180,000+ and as I’ve said many times before I understand the science but don’t understand the logic as to how these monoliths remain afloat!! There are 1275 cabins aboard of which 827 are balconies. Although traditionally ships don’t have a ...
... on it which hinders the view and the picture taking. We went all along the island, past the public gardens (I’m going to walk down here sometime in the next few days) and then out on the Venetian lagoon towards Lido. Lido di Venezia, according to my guide book, is a seaside holiday resort, busiest in the summer months when it hosts the International Film Festival (that would have been fun!). It’s the only island here that has roads for its buses, cars, ...