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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Blogs are bit quick now sorry. Time and wifi a bit short! WiFi unreliable. Saturday morning we woke to another cloudless if a tad chilly to look out over our canal and see the fascinating rubbish collection by barge (it actually was!). The hotel b'fast was fulsome enough to see us off in good spirits as we caught the public transport ferries out to quaint Murano and its famous ...
Well, tonight is our last night in Venice before we board our cruise ship tomorrow until the 14th. We will be away from the internet during this time and may at some point find a connection to update people - but most likely, nobody will be updated until then.
As for Venice, it's been good but we are excited for the rest of our trip. We managed to escape a lot of the tourist traps, like the tourist menu (obviously), the wrong types of ...
... we found an out of the way cafe ,luckily they had a tourist menu with tourist prices . We wandered back towards the unit as the heaviest of the storm hit so off to the deli and an afternoon feast at our apartment. The rain continued into the night but headed out for dinner. All had hopes that next day would be better ...
... leaning tower at the church of San Martino. I shopped for a while—decided the skirt was too expensive (59 Euro) and really too fancy for me. Had a gelato (one scoop of lemon, one scoop of chocolate—a surprisingly good combination). And then I walked from end to end (ok, it’s small but I still found myself all alone at times).
When I was ready to leave I walked back to the waterbus dock and decided to ...
BUONGIORNO! Today, Monday 9 september we continued along the coast of Italy toward the canals of Venice. For the first time we struck stronger seas and it was an experience to see what was not tied down in the room! Poor Phil was struck with sea sickness straight away. I came back from a massage (where the bed started rolling from under me!) to find him bed ridden. He had already taken the sea sick tabs which knocked him unconscious for a couple of hours. Once we hit the calmer seas ...