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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Or can we sit in the Campo Nuovo Ghetto and watch the kids play soccer in a place where Jewish people have lived for centuries?[These questions apply to all the other museums, palaces and sights in Venice] 2 Getting around (1) (a) Should we fork out big numbers of euros to take a ride on a gondola or a water taxi? (b) Isn't it better to grab a 3 day ferry pass and ride the public transport system checking out all the monuments and architecture from ...
... out I came.
We were sleeping at 5:30pm. Voices in another apartment woke me up at 12:30am. I had to have a snack and I was still up at 2:00am when Mel awoke…hungry too. We stayed up till 3am and then went back to sleep after reading for a bit. Mel had set the alarm for 7am but as I later found out, when it went off she reset it for 9am. We woke up a bit tired but better overall. ...
... and pastries, so we picked a couple each, and I had an amazing hot chocolate. Italians do it right!
We'd organised to meet the American girls (Sam, Chelsea and Amy) in the middle of St. Mark’s Square, and proceeded to have our personal space violated by pigeons until they arrived. The pigeons there are so tame, greedy and overfed. They will fly up in your face and hair if there is the slightest suggestion you have food. Makes for good photos though!
... and chatted and watched some music videos on TV. I decided to go back home about 1am!
After DCD meeting an ex-work colleague at breakfast (yes, in Venice, at the same hotel and having breakfast at that particular time! What are the odds? Oh and me having Vegemite and cheese on toast!) we went on public transport (a ferry) to Murano (about 10-15 mins). It was a Saturday and we were a little early before most of the shops (seemed to) open at ...
... been visited. Cesky Krumlov was visually sensational. I picked up my new favourite beer and I had no idea goulash could be presented in so many different ways.
We have moved out of the Czech Republic and are in Weimar in Germany. It is the home of the Weimar Republic. Its favourite son is Goethe, its most identifiable music student Marlene Dietrich, its most famous visitor, apart from Hans Christian Andersen and Bach, Adolph Hitler and just 10 minutes up the road, ...