BEST WESTERN PREMIER BHR Treviso Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- TV Channel One Russia
- Free High-Speed Internet
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It was a beautiful day, a clear sky with a cool breeze. The walk around the square was very pleasant and even more so when I was made to purchase an ice cream - official count is now 120, nah, I have no idea how many I have consumed. That is a task for PN who has the time to go back and read all blog entries and do a count. Get onto it Peter!
A family spoke to me when they spotted my Aussie cap. They were from Perth, mum ...
We rose at the crack of dawn and set out on foot around 7:10 am, the streets of Venice slick from the rains the night before, dark, and quiet. From the Rialto we grabbed a vaporetto to Venice Santa Lucia train station and picked up our tickets to Verona Porta Nuova train station.
Our plan today is to explore the Valpolicella wine hills by car with our locally born guide, Laura Cesari. The clouds hung low over the valley which made for ...
... one can observe glass blowing. All very interesting with dozens of shops selling anything from glass beads to artistic pieces costing thousands of dollars. Eventually headed back to Venice and a well earned glass of wine. Dinner and a last walk around Piazza San Marco admiring the buildings lit up at night and listening to and enjoying the live music playing out in the square . All very romantic and picturesque. Tomorrow ...
... The name of the hotel was Hotel Ai Do Mori and they were very proficient in English, fantastic to email with and were only 85 euros per night (they also has free wifi and air conditioning).
One thing we have learned about hotels in Italy is that they require a credit card to reserve the room, but often you get a discount if you pay in cash (as this is the way for the majority of our hotels). The few disclaimers I would have in regards ...
... levels, the buildings were also sinking due to poor foundations.
We passed Accademia which is where all the local art is housed including Leonardo De Vinci’s Vitruvian man which is only on display two weeks of the year due to trying to preserve it. We walked across the Pont Accademia which is one of the main bridges crossing the Grand Canal (largest canal in Venice). We walked through to St Marks’s square and had quick look in the cathedral. St Mark tomb is inside ...