Al Piccolo Hotel
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... a quick bite to eat. I found a nice cafe to have some friend bread with butter and try an apple strudel. People hyped up the Strudel as being amazing, but I just tasted an expensive apple pie with more apples and less crust. It was ok, but I probably wouldn't get it again. Once I finished my late night snack, I headed back to the hostel to talk with my roommates and then called it a night on my really fun day 5. Can't wait to see what tomorrow ...
... drinking, lunch
and Bingo for the girls. With being able to watch English movies on the ships
in room television we pretty much did stuff all. Dinner and a show which was a
magic show. Needing a few drinks to get to sleep we went to the bar and then
headed to bed. Drinks included package which includes alcohol needs to be
Tuesday 4th – Athens, Greece – We berthed at 8:30
even though we were meant to be tied up at 7am. Today we ...
... skin jackets on, they taught us how to tell real leather for fake, apparently some of the new knockoffs, look feel & smell like leather.
Shared a lovely pizza & back to meet Ciro, the bus & onto Venezia/Venice.
Cross the wooded Apennine Mountains then onto the flattest area of Italy, this area grows a lot of grain for pasta, poplar trees for furniture, fruit trees., through the region of ...
... and Olympia before returning to Venice where we have reserved three nights in an apartment secured through AirBnB. This is our first time using this internet lodging scheme and we are both excited and anxious about how it will turn out. We will depart Venice for London where two more AirBnB nights in a West End flat will bookend our chance to see Brian Sears play Elder Cunningham in the London production of Book of Mormon at the Prince of Wales theater. I saw him in the ...
... spending one full day here because we would have been bored by day 2.Once we got back the Mestre, our next task was to find a post office. My bag was too full of stuff and it was time to ship it home. Since the hotel hasn't had internet since we checked in, Logan vaguely remembered where a mailboxes etc was so we packed up everything and began our hike. We found a large post office, that was closed. Then we walked around ...