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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
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- Microwave in room
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Wake up early enough so I could get breakfast and walk to the train station. Same ****** breakfast. Service though, all the service staff very very nice. Checkout was a breeze and I was out the door. Next thing I know I'm waiting for my trains platform number and off I go. Found my seat, sat next to a Korean guy the whole way. Trip was fairly quick, only 3.5 hours to Venice. Crazy ride into Venice on the water. Unbelievable. Took a vaporetto to San Marco stop and navigated to my ...
... seeing monasteries as well. Then we were in the Dolomites, with limestone cliffs towering over the broad fertile valley. We stopped in a small town called Enga for a delicious lunch in a courtyard restaurant. It was starting to look Mediterranean! We drove into more populous regions, with farming interspersed with manufacturing. Even in the towns there is agriculture. And in every country we have seen corn fields. In Italy they are quite ...
... e melone, prosciutto and rockmelon. Yum yum yum. We have a shared plate, so refreshing and the rockmelon is so sweet. Next I had pasta with mussels and clams and shrimps, then a fish dish. Finishing with tiramisu. The second one I have had in Italy. We cant remember what Steve had. While we were there a lady was seated on her own having her dinner, she would of been in her 60's. We struck up a conversation with her, she was from Luxembourg, ...
... our birds eye view gave us mesmerizing views.
We had lunch on the ship, then took a 4 hour walking tour, "Treasures of Venice". We started from Piazzale Roma and were taken through backstreets, alleyways, across campos, and many beautiful old churches. We crossed the Rialto Bridge which was jammed packed with people, watched families taking gondola rides, went into St Mark's Square, saw the Doges Palace, and finally, the little Bridge ...
... hat didn't last the trip from Oz in the suitcase) and have worn them everyday. On again along the spectacular coastline with the islands and the sparkling sea. To another village which we explored and then off to a beautifully restored restaurant for lunch (by now the headache is in full swing - I wasn't the only one) and food - groan! This lunch was beautiful though with another fresh salad (yum), then mussel risotto (very salty - the area produces salt), mussel ...