Best Western Hotel Bristol
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
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We knew before setting off to our next campsite that there was no internet provision. Somewhat unusual in this day and age, and for us it has become such a useful tool both for researching our 'go as we please' itinerary and staying in touch with friends and family, be it via Skype, email or this blog. So this entry is intended as a catch up of the past few days, though we have had short periods of connectivity at a couple of hotspots. Anyway, our arrival at Podere ...
... down the alleys closest to the canal there were rows of what appeared to be long narrow tables running down the center of the walkways. They were only about two feet off the ground and one was stacked upside down on the other. I absently wondered what these tables were used for, but was quickly distracted. We stayed at the Hotel Centauro, it was very comfortable. Our room was quite nice, if a bit gaudy. JD aptly said it reminded him ...
... crowded and full of tourists pushing and shoving to get their own photos. OK, we've got our photo, let's go We have been on our feet for about 6 hours now and we both need to take a break. We got back to the hotel just before the thunder, lightning and rain came down. The hotel recommended a casual restaurant just across a canal. Starving, and not wanting a long ...
... to ask for things many times and he still got orders wrong.
We also had our boat to take us from the other sides of the islands both days, which was fantastic, because the walk home from the Biennale was about an hour.
We took a rather crowed boat taxi to Morano and then Borano. Morano is the little island where they make all the glass. I bought a little pendant there made of blue and pink flowers for a few euros. We were only there for ...
... We walked over several bridges before reaching the Bridge of Sighs, named so because it was the bridge that linked the courthouse to the prison, so if convicted, it would be the fellon's last glimpse of Venice, causing him to sigh with grief. Walking into St. Marks Plaza was overwhelming. There is no way to prepare for the scale of the buildings when looking at photos in books. The entrance is marked by two columns with Doges Palace on the right and Campinile ...