Hotel Alla Fiera
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... trouble finding the tram. We asked a few men and they told us to turn left at McDonalds. So we did and couldn't find the tram. Turns out we should have gone right. Adventures in traveling! So we followed the tram up to the next stop and hopped on. We took it to the Santo stop which was very close to our hotel. Easy to find the hotel. Hotel Belludi 37 is just steps away from St. Anthony's Basilica. It's an old building but with very ...
... of Italy, and you cross into the territory of Vatican City on your ...
... which are numerous. There were no lines at any of the places we visited. All of the people flock to San Marco Square and the rest of the sites in Venice are left for the few tourists who venture further afield. By now we were tired and ready to board the ship. After two days of walking my feet were aching. I was looking forward to two "at sea" days to give them a rest. We took the bus back to our hotel in Mestre ...
... it was about two and a half hours to Padova
(Padua). We spent the afternoon looking around Padua and then had
dinner. Our room is a bit squishy because there are four beds in one
room but at least our room has air conditioning and the hotel has free
wi-fi. The hotel also provides a break fast of different sorts of
croissants each morning. ...
... is pretty special. Just before we were ready to set off, two other guys jumped in as well. Can't say any of us were too pleased about this, thinking that these two strangers were spoiling our moment.
But, as we pushed off, the package one was carrying turned out to be an accordion which he started playing. The other guy then broke out into song.
So here we were being serenaded through the canals of Venice in a gondola. Once in a lifetime ...