Grand Hotel Terme
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- Drycleaning onsite
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- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
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I forgot to thank Rick Steves's, his ITALY guide book was so excellent and very helpful. .Anyone travelling must purchase this book as it has everything from tourist sites, great information on each plus hotels to stay and excellent list of restaurants to dine. His list includes reasonable small quaint hotels and quaint restaurants in off streets/allies to dine. Ther you go.. Thank you Uncle ...
... up at the end. Carefully I leaned the bike onto the side stand, and with absolutely no room left, I dismounted and secured the bike and helmets. Just minutes after I parked, two other scooters arrived and parked in the middle of the right hand passage way that I'd just used to get to the spot - if I had arrived just a few minutes later there would have been no physical way to get my bike from the entrance to the free spot. With that mission completed, I left it up ...
We again took the bus and the water taxi into Venice for our last day in Italy. The public transit is excellent, but as Paloma observed on the water taxi: "I can feel three people's butts right now!" The ride was crowded and long enough to make me want to jump out and swim. Several of the students were also interested in this ...
... l ride through Venice. It really was nice just having a chat as we went through the canals and no, it didn't stink. The guy didn't sing though, which was disappointing. We then went to a real Italian restaurant where the Gondola man had recommended. I got laughed at a lot because I asked for a milkshake. Over here, they have wine. Wine or spirits! A milkshake is a kid's drink! So embarrassing. It was delicious but very expensive and I think we were ripped off in the ...
... were the entertainment this afternoon for the ship. Sara was worried about being sick and missing her performance, but she was fine by rehearsal. It was a very cute half hour show with kids from 4-12 performing. Sara was a clown. She learned how to juggle scarves, walk on stilts blindfolded ;-) , spin plates on a stick, and lasso with a rope. The girl can run away and join the circus now.
Days at sea mean the boat is crowded and noisy. The Elmore's are tied ...