BEST WESTERN Titian Inn Hotel Venice Airport
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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TripAdvisor Reviews BEST WESTERN Titian Inn Hotel Venice Airport Tessera
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... to explore a little more of Venice and mapped out a route which took us to two other districts. Josh became our guide and he led us around the streets of Venice. We got a little lost but crossed many bridges, walked through many interesting streets, stopped for a drink and got a little bit wet as it rained.
We saw more residential areas, a mask making shop, a glass blower at work and lots of busy canals. We found a shop selling calendars of ...
... bus. Didn't realise as I left my bags in line and popped over to get a double espresso to wake me up, turned around to find the bus there and everyone else on board. Rushed back (with my coffee) just in time to board. So I was very early for my check-in. Was allowed 23kg and my bag weighed 21kg. Just glad they didn't weigh my one allowed piece of carry on luggage. She looked at it but was happy it wasn't over size! Last breakfast in ...
... us with plenty of time to spare to grab a coffee and a bite to eat at the airport after a surprisingly hassle free check in with Easyjet. From all the Airline episodes I have watched featuring Easyjet, I was expecting high drama, some form of tantrum or tears and emotional scenes. And we both were well within the allocated baggage limit, despite the shopping we did in Positano yesterday, which included a beautiful hand made to specification pair ...
Am beginning to wonder whether the boys are turning into snobs....comment from Hamish after seeing his hotel room 'how many stars does the next hotel have? ' followed by Thomas' comment at breakfast 'will these be French croissants?' To be fair, the hotel is pretty average at best (although made up for by the lovely hosts) and no-one can beat the French at croissants.....
We all had a ...
... over the bridge would let out a loud sigh as they had one last look of freedom. So every time we went past the bridge the girls would let out their own sigh, as well as edging their way to the front so they could have another photo in front of this bridge.
We were worried the first afternoon that we arrived that we would not be able to retrace our steps, but it was amazing how quickly we got our bearings and could manage to ...