Hotel Al Cason
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... pretty streets. The next boat took us to Lido where the town's beaches are located. The best part about this was seeing the kids' jaws drop as we walked down to the beach and struggled to find a patch of sand to sit on amongst the thousands of other people and the seemingly never-ending rows of beach umbrellas!! Jarvis was then able to answer his own question "Will the beach be like Woodgate, Mum?". Not ...
... 30 euros in penalty.
But there was a really nice italian man who helped me with my bike, and we talked a bit. I was actually able to understand him and talk back in italian. :-). He kept repeating: tranquillo, which means calm.
When I finally arrived at Padova, I left my bike at the station and went by taxi. the nightguard with his gun gave the key to my room and I slept for a while.
... s the case then so be it…we will keep on looking.
I was flat out reading ‘The Help’…very good… but took off at about 11 to go and pick out a couple of DVD’s for our movie night and to also get lunch to bring back home. As it would turn out…the video shop is only open 16-24 all week (people are on holidays and rather than organising staff to cover they simply just dont open) and so I returned with no movies but some ...
... the Rialto Bridge to meet our tour for the Ghosts and Legends of Venice walking tour. Eve and Jim head back to our rooms and end up ordering some take-out pizza for dinner. Daniel and I do some shopping for some necklaces and have a nice dinner at a restaurant. We make sure my watch is keeping time correctly and make it to the top of the Rialto Bridge a little bit early to meet up with the tour.
The Ghost Tour takes us walking ...
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- Free parking