Grand Hotel Terme
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
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Day 1 in Venice was about walking Venice and with the cold weather I managed to walk without feeling my feet as they were numb from the cold. There's only so many layers of woollen socks that fit into my boots, even though I bought boots a size bigger for this very reason. With so many photo worthy moments my fingers burnt with the cold; the problem being having to take my gloves off to use the camera or phone. In the end I ...
... 3 and 3:15, so I wanted to stay around. We also had a big dinner scheduled with our facebook group at 6:30. Thought about going to Burano, the lace making island, but didn't really have time if I wanted to see the Magic. We visited the Salute Church, loved that there was no admission charge, and that we were free to walk around to our hearts content. Decided to stay in that area to see the Magic ...
... and explore the city. Venice is a really cool city because of all the waterways and canals, as your walking around your going up and down over bridges going across the water. People on their boats and gondolas are going under you or riding along next to you. The whole day we continued to explore the city, taking little alley's and stopping in stores to shop, buy candy and food, and see things. A ...
... a real Italian rich sensation. It was pure chocolate that had been melted in a cup. I couldn't believe how rich it tasted and knew that it would be the last one I would order in Italy. We then walked around to the boat ready to head back to the station and have a little look in Venice before our train left at 4. We ended up catching thre wrong boat and had to get off at a smaller jetty to wait for another boat. the 10 mins ...
... where the residents dress up in masks
and costumes to say goodbye to meat for lent. (1) Carne means meat in Italian.
day we saw the Rialto Bridge which is the oldest bridge to cross the Grand
Canal. Shortly after we visited Saint Mark's Church, a very old church which
has the Pala D’Oro inside which has emeralds, diamonds, rubies, gold and other
precious gem stones and was made in the ...