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... bus stop. We got absolutely no help from the bus drivers and ACTV ticket seller Piazzelle di Roma. I had a chance to practice my beginning Italian and was only once asked if I would prefer to speak English. We are now working on a brand new iPad mini so hopefully any problems are behind us. The day had gotten off to a good start. We got off the ship around 9:30, figured out how to to buy Vapparetto tickets and got on the right Vapparetto. Then we managed ...
We woke up this morning serenaded by the beautiful bells from the Basilica of St. Francis. After a typical hotel breakfast we pile on the bus and Antonella greets us with 'Bon Giorno Family, only she stretches it out to fam-i-lee. On our way out of Assisi we pass the beautiful St. Maria de Angelis church, The bus winds its way north toward Venice, passing by the town of Perugia which is famous for chocolate (and the Amanda Knox ...
Before we left Troy and I got up early, grabbed some bikes and went around to get some photos. It is the best time of the day with nobody around. We then headed off early on the long trip to Venice. We went through some fantastic mountainous countryside and lots and lots of tunnels. We arrived ...
Last breakfast at Our Venice Hotel (the Firenze) so decided to have a croissant filled with Nutella. So scrumptious and I thought that my 6 grandsons would love them as well. Caught the ferry to the station to catch the train to Verona - about 1 hour 10 minutes. In first class so great seats. Was good to see some of the country side. Received free tea, coffee or soft drink plus peanuts or fruit. Verona is a beautiful city as well. We walked lots, had coffees, ...
... It was an Italian breakfast -- croissants, rolls, jellies, nutella, and some succo d'arancia (orange juice). (Note: my Italian is terrible, but it's better than Lizzie's, so I'm just rubbing it in.) Our lovely hostess brought it to our room when we called her and we ate and got ready for our day.
After our attempts to navigate the oft-confusing streets of Venice, we decided to take the vaparetto down to St. Mark's Square this morning to make sure we made it on ...