Hotel Byron Bellavista
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... more fruit and veg and once again I got a gondola shaped piece of watermelon which tasted amaze balls. After the Rialto markets we came back to our apartment and put ways all the fish and fruit. When we went to our apartment we had some lunch as well. Then we left to go to Murano and we caught the Vaporetto boat to Murano to go to the glass museum which was on our museum pass thing. ...
... the two and a half hour train ride it became dark and we couldn't see very much of the Italinan country side, which wasn't a huge bummer as I imagine it would have been way less intriguing as the Swiss Alps. The train was nearly empty when we pulled into Venice Santa Lucia station, apparently everyone gets off at the mainland station of Venice Marte. It was time to find our way on the narrow streets of Venice to our hotel, in the dark. Immediately outside the train station is ...
... We travel for about 30 minutes, firstly along the Grand Canal, and along some small canals. We compete with lots of boats of various sizes, always great fun. We discover that one of the boat is longer than the other, to compensate for the action of the oar.
We disembark from a wobbly gondola to an unstable pier and pick a nearby restaurant for lunch.
We all choose pizzas. None of us are ...
... view, listening to the water and people laughing as they ride by in the gondolas. If you know me well, you know I have no direction sense, and let me tell you that if someone told me to find a certain spot in this city, I would still be looking next summer. I feel like I am a mouse in a never ending maze! I have never seen such crazy streets, but we get lost and try again! Thanks to all of our friends who are following us and commenting on our escapades. Now I am going to try to ...
Travelling from Cinque Terre (Manarola) to Venice today – a total of four trains. We did them all today – a regional, an inter-city, a regional veloche (regional high speed) and the Frecciargento (silver arrow – a high speed train from Florence to Venice). Our travels took us from Manarola to La Spezia, La Spezia to Pisa, Pisa to Florence (it was good to be back!), and Florence to Venice.
Our day started early, since the ...