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- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Swimming pool
- Concierge desk
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... near Monteciccardo, in the region of Le Marche, was not straightforward as we lost the campsite signs at one point (it was 20 feet up a pole completely separate from the other brown signs advertising tourist information) but we got there eventually after much huffing and puffing. It is a rustic site, laid out on terraces created on a former farm, on a hillside in a rural landscape, with accommodation comprising pitches, chalets, and safari tents, with communal ...
... Birthday, but I saw lots of shaking of heads and confused looks. I figured it hadn't worked out, and he came back to the table. I don't know why I ever doubt him. It's Mikey. A few minutes later, a couple of waiters came to the table with a tiramisu with a candle in it and sang, "Buon Compleanno."
In the morning, we slept in and woke up to the sounds of gondolas cruising by on the canal beneath our window. Mike went down to the ...
... us his cross fit skills and tried to box jump onto it, which didn't end well. Lets just say he ended up on his back and thankfully his backpack softened the landing. It was definitely time to call it a night and get some sleep. The next morning we got ready slowly to check out, and then caught the ferry back to the train terminal. We really enjoyed our time in Venice. We had beautiful sunny, warm weather and enjoyed walking through the streets and canals of Venice and would come here ...
... Venice is magical. There is no other city like it...it's a must see! As we were standing in front of the vaporetto (water bus) stop, trying to figure out how to navigate the system, we were approached by a lovely French couple who generously gave us a week long pass on the Venice vaporetto system (they had won the passes at the casino the night before and were leaving Venice the day we arrived). Talk about paying it forward! Each ride on a vaporetto is 7 euro, so ...
... return some day. After the mask shop we threaded our way to the Rialto Bridge, one of the most famous icons of Venice. The bridges that preceded the Rialto faced an unhappy demise, being burned, and collapsing twice but the current stone bridge completed in 1591 has so far stood the test of time. The bridge is the perfect viewing platform of the Grande Canal and it was a fight to find space to take a good photo. During our six seconds of viewing time we could see Gondolas ...