Grand Hotel Terme
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
TripAdvisor Reviews Grand Hotel Terme Montegrotto Terme
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... entered the airport and attempted to find out where the left luggage was. The info people didn't know. One guy behind an airport counter refused to help us, so I lined up at the Airport Info window.
Annette went for a wander outside the building. There are major road and building works being undertaken at the front of the airport. She located the left luggage in the carpark. Success! Back to our new mate, took off the items that we needed and left the others on the ...
... and the atmosphere was really nice. There were some amazing glass sculptures at various locations around the island as well. After a cappuccino, I bought a couple of Murano necklaces and some earrings. I also bought a set for mum. We then found a shop that sold "Pandora compatible" Murano charms and Stephen bought me one of those as well plus an Eiffel Tower charm to add to my growing Pandora souvenir bracelet. On the subject of the glass tumblers. We found some ...
... at the casual eatery (The Lido) then found our cabin on Deck 8. Nanna snoozed while I played valet, emptying 3 suitcases into wardrobes. Home for 3 weeks! We noticed there was 5pm mass so decided to join the Catholic cohort. The young priest was a Polish fellow with a parish in Rome. This was his first mass in English in 12 months. He told us that after his last attempt in English, a woman thanked him profusely for her first experience of Latin mass! It was a little ...
... a stop in Lyon!
The wine was going down so nicely and our drinking spot was so perfect, we didn’t want to leave so we shared a pizza which was absolutely delicious. What a great day in Venice, a really enchanting and romantic place – and what better way to continue the romance by catching a bus back to our posh shed at the campsite – don’t you just love travelling on a budget!
... were virtually empty, most lights off. Everyone just turned in so fast. We walked our way back to our hotel, stopping in various shops, including one for gelato and one in which Kristen and Ali stopped for ten minutes to get the dead skin eaten off their feet by fish. That was quite interesting! We went back to the hotel then and spent about an hour with the eight of us taking turns showering and playing cards, then headed to bed. It was a great day, and I seriously love ...