Bellavista Park Hotel Thermal SPA
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... ve noticed this about the churches here, that the floors are as decorative as the walls and ceilings. It was coincidence that a busker was singing "Michele" and then I found a shrine to San Michele in the basilica known as I Frari. No, I didn't drop money for the singing, it wasn't a very good rendition. But it sure created a memory about Venice to rival any artwork. I'm glad I first saw St Marks square at night as it looked ...
Saying goodbye to Venice was sad. I think I barely scratched the surface even though I walked and walked and walked all over. It's amazing how things manage there. There are as many vendors, shops, restaurants as there are tourists and you can barely make it down some the roads side by side, let alone bring anything other than a hand cart down. All the rest is done by boat and man power. I think ...
With Florence trailing behind us as the train whisked away from it, we headed toward our next destination on our adventure, Venice. As we exited of the train, we made our way to hotel, which was a different hotel then the one we originally planned to go to because it was way too sketchy. While we walking through the streets of Venice trying to find our new hotel, we realized that nobody had the camera. We abruptly stopped, set all ...
... the end Kaya ended up catching a bus to our apartment and sleeping the night with us on the sofa bed. We packed our bags as we were leaving early in the morning. Ben went to bed early while I stayed up for Kaya. Barry was going to walk to the station to meet Kaya. Kaya's flight had been delayed and her bus was late so Barry didn't arrive home with Kaya until about 10ish by taxi. it was great to see Kaya again. She had had ...
last chance they had to see the outside world. (3)
We took a
gondola ride through narrow canals to the Grand Canal which is the main canal
of Venice and to the Rialto Bridge.
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from Tarcento in the north of Italy.
DK Eyewitness travel Guide to Italy 2002
Eyewitness travel Guide to Italy 2002
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