Antica Villa Graziella
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- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wheelchair accessibility
TravelPod Member ReviewsAntica Villa Graziella Marghera
20 minutes bus ride to entry to Venice proper. Easy enough in daytime, more of a challenge on a rainly dark evening. Room wi-fi worked in the living room at hotel, not so much in the rented room. .
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So, after a mildly eventful 24 hour journey, I have arrived in my first destination, Venice, to sunshine and blue skies. The journey from the airport to the train station was easy, but getting to the hostel proved to be difficult! The hostel instructions were from the island train station, and the seemingly only bus ticket machine wouldn't take my money ...
Writing this from our current location on a farm outside Florence. Poor Wifi and unable to upload photos. Will post photos and Max and Myles' entries once we get to our next destination on Wednesday.
For the first time in this journey, we thought we would miss a train. En route to Avignon 2 of the boys suffered from car sickness as we descended the twisty mountain road. We had to stop a several times and fuel up... and once at the station ...
... potato, and these tasty pillows of wonderfulness were excellently served with a light lamb sauce and a few small tomatoes. Yum! The paccheri, which is a very large, tube-shaped pasta that our server warned us would be quite thick, was served with a lobster ragú, had just a bit of cream, and was truly divine. These three pastas definitely blew the previous night's away, and that is saying a whole lot, because those were quite excellent as well! With all of this ...
Today started with a little excitement when I couldn't find my wallet anywhere. After tearing apart the room, Julie went down to the front desk and someone had turned it in; credit card and money still there! After the adrenalin subsided we met everyone outside and boarded a ferry to St. Marks Square on the other side of the city. ...
... flakes as big as silver dollars! Heavy! Pretty but messy to walk in. I ordered spaghetti, Terry a ham pasta dish, and Grant and Domonic lasagna. All was pretty good. We gave up the fight to stay awake, and took a an hour nap. We met as a group for dinner at 6 to fill out paperwork and review the itinerary. Dinner was a creamy spinach pasta appetizer, baked chicken and custard. Okay. Shower and bed by 10. ...