BEST WESTERN Titian Inn Hotel Treviso
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... market behavior. A second election in mid-June, ended with the formation of a new government supporting a continued adherence to the main principles outlined by the signed bailout plan. The new government however immediately asked its creditors, due to a delayed reform schedule and a worsened economic recession, to be granted an extended deadline from 2015 to 2017 before being required to restore the budget into a self-financed situation; which in effect was ...
It was sad to leave our little hamlet in the mountains. It was something we won't forget in a hurry. Certainly not the usual touristie place to stay. Our trip to Venice was in pouring rain and we even had thunderstorm warnings come through on our satnav. Fortunately the weather cleared the closer we got to Venice. The road tolls in Italy work a little differently and you actually go through a toll gate, grab ...
... by quickly and after two hours we were on the narrow highway connecting Venice with the mainland of Italy. With views out every window of clear blue sea and adorable little Italian houses in sight on the island, it seemed like we were arriving in paradise. Stepping out on the platform in Venice, we were basically right. Clearly several thousand other tourists thought the same, as the city was swarming, but this did not take away from the ...
... island’s foundations. Next was Basilica dei Frari, housing several marble reliefs by Titian, including a huge alter of sorts with immense marble columns, along with a tomb built by another artist and intended for (but never used) Titian. This place too had incredible ceiling frescoes and and older chapel, built sometime in the 1300s. Back to Mestre I collected my bags and caught a noon train for Rome, where I’d lined up a Couchsurfing host for two nights. Arriving ...
... this is obviously a very popular spot with tourists. Edie manages to telephone her sister Norma to check on her family. We haven't been in touch since leaving Sicily. We drive back to Corfu town by a different route but the scenery is the same. As in Dubrovinic there is an old town area which is where we are taken. There are no high protective walls here but it does have and old fort at one end and a new fort at the other end. In ...