Smart Hotel Holiday
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Room service
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... this from a gal who has seen a lot of basilicas in my travels. Then it was off to my appointment with Scrovegni. I got lost. Three times. Finally found it. As mentioned the frescoes were amazing. Unfortunately no personal items, including cameras, are allowed inside (I even had to check my purse!). Afterwards I headed to the Caffe Pedrocchi and went through the Museum of Risorgimento which traces Padua's role in Italian history, from the downfall ...
... an upfront cost in excess of €700 for a pair of bespoke fantasy shoes, and a wait of at least 4 months, I had to decide against purchasing them! But I have a card, and I'd certainly visit her again. On Monday evening, my old friend (we go back more than 40 years!) Pam arrived in Venice. It was great to see her here. We're catching up here and travelling to Florence together on Thursday, where she'll stay for several days before resuming her family history quest and holiday ...
... score updates while we visited a glass foundry and showroom, where we saw some glass making and then it was into the showroom for the sales pitch. The whole place was very ornate, very Italian, and very expensive. Then we were off onto a water taxi to our hotel, where we had a very brief stop before heading out for our afternoon excursion to the island of Burano. This is a small island where the Venetian fishermen live, however now it is more of a ...
... it was nasty, but I think maybe somehow it was just the orange stuff and no prosecco? So I decided to try again, and yes! It was super yummy! :) we sent the kids with the soccer ball under the thing where the fish market usually is, and we stood nearby and had our spritzes. The guys had the one made with Campari instead of aperol, which was more bitter. Yuck, I did not like that one at all. Well, next thing we see, the ball is in the canal, so mark and sebastiano go over and ...
... hostel” situation. At least I had my Argentinean friend in the room.
The next morning I got up early and headed out to do more exploring and see a little more of Venice. Of course I got lost again. I ran into my roommate at the café I chose for breakfast so we shared a table with our coffees and croissants.
I then headed to the train station my time in Italy had come to an end – it was time to cross the border into ...