Quattro Fontane Hotel
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An early start today (7am) to catch the cab to Luton for our Venice flight. It was obviously not Anne who made these arrangements as we arrived at the airport with over 2 hours to spare! Unluckily, the plane was delayed. Even so, we queued up the minute our flight was called - it is so easy to get caught napping! We finally reached Marco Polo airport about 4pm, and caught a vaporetto (river ferry) along the canals of Venice to the stop nearest our hotel, ...
... two hours to board. Evening meals are at the first sitting at the same restaurant each night, The Marco Polo at 7.00. Sitting at our table are two couples from Melbourne, Joe and Doris and George and Jill, Maltese brothers and would you believe it George barracks for Collingwood, you just can't get away from ...
... was pasta.....quatro formaggi ...what else! We walked the entire footway around Venice clockwise and it was fabulous. Starting out after breakfast at a nearby breakfasterie, via an ATM and we were into it! .... Rialto, San Marco - and what a fantastic sight that is..... breathtaking ...........the plan was to walk to Piazza Marco, AND the walk there was just amazing.... AND when we finally walked in to THE square, it was as ...
... to try it is that I don't like coffee. Second reason is that I can barely handle a vodka shot at 40%25252525 alcohol, so the possibility of me liking a shot with 80%25252525 alcohol content was looking slim. However I was on the verge of getting pretty sick so decided it was worth a try. We found ... Scratch that, we were persuaded by a restaurant waiter to enter his restaurant, as he was very excited to have young Australian female customers. We all ordered a ...
... Scuzzi!" to get to the dock. With our history of capsized boats, I was a little wary of the gondola. The man assisting with the loading was not very patient, so I had to practically leap in to the boat, which was terrifying! Once Chris and I were settled into the red velvet lined seats, TWO more men started to climb into the gondola! I thought they were confused so I shouted at them that they needed to get out. Mihaela came over and told us to sit back ...