Hotel Al Vivit
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... leather good. We headed home to prep for a room party we had organised the night before and onto a peanut bar. A bar which you shell peanuts then throw them on the ground. There were dance offs and copious amounts of local beer consumed.Some got messy some took on the roll of the responsible adult (me). Never less tomorrow will be rough for some. Salzburg bound tomorrow - another winter wonderland! Only 10 days left till we ditch the winter for summer! C & W ...
... of the many canals that snake through the city, Venice is so picturesque. We watched Ventura the cruise ship sail into Venice, she dwarfed the little Italian houses. St.Marks Square was so busy, I wanted to take photos but there were so many people. Think I might go back early tomorrow. On past St.Marks Square we see a huge yacht, the Mayan Queen owned by an oil billionaire. After more walking we stop for an ...
... their own apartment.
After settling into the apartment, we strolled down to the shops and had a gelato. I was still eating mine when Chris' eyes spied a picture of a lobster pasta on a restaurant window. We were seated in the restaurant before I had time to blink. It was close to 1700 and we had skipped lunch. Nikki and I ordered a lobster pasta each and Chris had a set lunch! We did this knowing that dinner was going to be at the ...
... This train was much nicer. It was very modern and much more spacious. Soon we were on our way and travelling at speeds of 250km/h.
When we arrived at Venice, we walked out onto the street and it was just like we had seen in the movies (Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade). We were a bit blown away by it all. We then had to go to the meeting point for the hotel. The hotel didn’t have a reception desk. They shared the desk ...
This sinking city has so much to offer,though I am directionally challenged and all the bridges look the same to me. Dinner was also nice; there was a small authentic restaurant just beside our place and the seafood risotto was delicious!
I can't feel my feet anymore, so an early bedtime will be super helpful after two days of travelling since leaving Vancouver!