Travel Blogs from Mogliano Veneto
... no rules of the 'road' in Venice other than the bigger or faster you are, the more you have right of way. Amazed at how many crashes and near misses there are. And at the taxi drivers who drive fast one handed, on the phone in Ralph Lauren shirts and Armani shades. They don't look like cab drivers back home :) Eventually found the Peggy Guggenheim after a few wrong turns which resulted in going to the ...
... to think positively that I will hopefully be better as quickly as possible to really enjoy the last 3 weeks of my trip. After getting extremely lost, Brett and I will have seen just about every inch of Venice, including the hospital after tomorrow morning. We will be headed to Verona for a night before heading off to Spain to meet up with Leah! I am really looking forward to this, as well as the IDE of relaxing on sunny beAches and taking it easy ...
... because Rome is sooooo beautiful. We were talking about cities the other day which we really loved, and most cities have something great about them, but we think that mostly what attracts you to a city is the way it makes you feel. Different cities do it for different people, and some of the cities our friends or families have loved, we haven't. The same goes for ones that we have loved - others don't see anything special. I think it's very personal, and it depends on ...
... s unnecessary to say that everything is very very expensive here so a big apartment in a price of a small room we can't say no. We put aviv in a summer outfit and took the water bus to the city. What a strange way of living... As we sail we notice how aviv is looking for attention from other people...old people, she is staring with her big eyes till she gets the attention...then we hear Bella!!!chao!!!bella!!!! We landed ...
... well in excess of 160 K. The road is a toll road and driving on the road cost about $42 for the distance traveled.
At the start of the day we were in hilly country with more pasture type of agriculture. Lots of castles on hilltops with the old villages below the castles and the newer villages below them.
The further north we went the hills leveled out and their is a lot of industry. This seems to be a ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed