Hotel Al Fogher
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... ve got to get off ..... We've got to get off'. The deck hand quickly lassoes the floating stand again, then Suitcase Idiot continues to **** **** about lugging his stuff from up front. What a pair of tossers! You are an embarrassment to our not so great nation. Next we pass the port and this is where the cruise liners dock. There are five in today by the way. Apparently the lentil eating tree hungers reckon that they damage the waterways of Venice. That may be the case to ...
We woke up after spending the night on the night train. I had slept fairly well. I was going to sleep for an hour then waking up for 5 minutes and so on. After some breakfast from the on board café we soon arrived at Venice. From my first glances at Venice I realised that it was not how I had expected it. I knew that Venice had lots of canals but it turns out that Venice has canals AND is made up of ...
... bridge. Luckily it was only one bridge unlike the fist time we were here. We got to the station and lined up to put our bags into storage for the day while we went off. It took quite awhile to get our bags put away as the line was really long with lots of people around. When we finally did get our bags away we wandered around Venice for awhile. We were catching a train to Naples at 3:30pm so we had some time ...
... your arms must be covered and although i was wearing a tank and shorts I thought i was all smart by going and buying a beautiful scarf for my shoulders. We get in there and apparently shorts are not allowed either - I still had to wear this nasty ass brown shawl thing they give you around my legs the entire time so I looked like a mental case and it was so hot! I added a picture of my miserable self so you can laugh at me - Chris sure did!!
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... a bit on the aggressive side at 85 or 90 miles per hour (130 to 140 kmh). Our tiny Citroen C1 with manual transmission did it best to keep the pace. Alice and I managed to keep our cool. One surprise, I'm convinced that the Italians are trying to pay off their national debt on the back of those of us who use the toll roads. Expensive. After arrival in Bologna I needed a break from the hectic city-to-city rush. I took the next day ...