Best Western Hotel Bristol
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Outdoor pool
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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 ...
... yacht in the world, Carinthia VII, and saw the liner New Amsterdam sail out, like a floating apartment block, huge! We watched the movie "Troy" at Troy, now watching "The Tourist" and have to follow up with "Indian Jones and the Last Crusade", "Moonraker" and "Italian Job 2". Overall, Venice was fantastic, a great feel for an aged city that we feel may eventually price itself out of the tourist circuit but probably ...
... if you have fairy tale dreams of this beautiful city on water and have a chance to go there, go as it is very beautiful it is just unfortunate that it is overridden with tourists, bit ironic really?! It truly is...just like the pictures. Amazing architecture and a very cool place but just no atmosphere.
We got 'cheap' accommodation outside of Venice itself, out on the ...
... and the people growing/harvesting the grapes.The winery was owned by the same family, starting with their grandfather, for 30 years. They were very friendly and showed us pictures of their pets (they loved Piper too) and their grapes. It was worth missing our train.
When we did get to Venice, we took the Vaporetto (water taxi) down the Grand Canal on the cheapskate tour. That’s the tour where I read the guide book’s information for the ...
... local "gondola shop" where gondole are brought to be repaired. I could have watched that all day. But, we had a train to catch so on we went. We arrived back in Udine very tired (and dirty) but thrilled with our day. The next day we headed to Valeriano and the home of Margherita Vicentini Orgnani. I met Margherita when I was 17. Her son, Alessandro, was studying architecture at a university in Milan about an hour from my college in Lugano. Being the best friend ...