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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... looking out for at all haha. Anyway we were greeted by a computer on the front desk and from a guy who was in another hotel beaming his lovely face at us through the computer - ah technology these days haha. Anyway after instructions about breakfast we went to our room. Clean and tidy although a little dated but what can you expect being in a city this old. We headed out for our adventure in Venice. It ...
... dominates this space and is probably the most beautiful cathedral that we have seen yet (and we have seen a LOT of cathedrals). These Italians sure do know their religious buildings.
Continuing further, we reached the edge of the city and enjoyed some glorious views over the bay leading to the Mediterranean Sea. A couple were even having their wedding pictures taken on the edge of the jetty. Aww.
Winding our way back, we stopped ...
... to the city of Venice below, The cruise ship was amazing, there was a water slide, about 4 pools, kids club called "Squok Club" there was an actual theatre where they did shows every night. It was either acrobatics, magic or musical. We were the only New Zealanders. Most people didn't speak English. All the staff spike so many languages, Spanish, Japanese, French, Chinese, Dutch, German, Welsh, ...
... the mountainsides which just proves even more that you work with what you are given. As we made our way down through the Dolomites, the landscape began to change from the lush green forests into a more drier, flatter terrain with row upon row of fruits for various wines made in the region. FUN FACT: You can buy local wines in the supermarkets and all you need to do is bring in whatever type of bottle you want, be it wine, beer or soda, and fill it up ...
Venice is, by far, the strangest city I have ever been to. What fit of barking madness possessed the city fathers to build it, to do anything but scoff at the absurd notion that a city, on a lagoon, supported by logs, built like a maze on top of another, more watery maze, would be a good idea for permanant human habitation, I will never know. It seems implausable, even when wandering - lost- around the very heart of it. Why? How? Mayhap the strangest ...