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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... and grab some rolls from the supermarket again. We dripped our way around the store and then headed home to get changed into warm dry clothes. After lunch we all snuggled under the doona in the lounge room and the older two members of the family had a little kip while the younger two …. Well I’m not sure what they did but they didn’t wake me up so it was ok.
We decided not to visit our local restaurant for a third night in a row, choosing ...
... village of Monticchiello. You enter through ar archway that used to have a huge wooden gate. During WW11, the village fought off the Germans by locking down the gates, and throwing down whatever they could from above i.e., hot oil, Molotov cocktails,etc. They repelled the Germans......for one day. They returned the next with firepower to blow off the gates, rounded up all the men in the village and shot them. There is a plaque in the square honoring their memory
We have our last breakfast at La Fontana in Stresa and Guiseppe phones for a taxi to take 5 suitcases and 7 people to the train station. Even though it's only about 500 meters away; most of the way is uphill!; and there was no way I was lugging a suitcase any further than the front door of the hotel. The taxi driver managed to fit all the suitcases, bags and us in taxi. A quick 3 minute trip to the station and voila! The regional train we want to ...
We arrived in Venice around 7pm Tuesday after many flight delays and detours. We managed to take a waterbus to Venice and walk to our hotel (there are no cars on the islands of Venice). If you have ever traveled with me, you know I am great with directions, but here that talent went out the window. I don't know how people find their way around this city without google maps. Our first full day consisted of a lot of getting lost and stumbling upon ...
... at the Transit Station, the Flinders Street Station of Venice. Thousands of tourists were making their way to the various forms of transport - water taxi, buses, taxis, train, gondola. Our train was referred to as a 'People Mover', transporting us from Venice Central to the cruise liner port. Our new home for the next eight day was the magnificent MSC Fantasia. The boarding procedure required queuing for registration, photo ID cards, ...