Hotel Garden Sea Caorle
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Room service
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... Bridge which was very impressive, but under maintenance at the moment, and passed so many canal bridges, boats, gondalas and sights on the way that there was always plenty to see.
The size of St. Marks Square was a surprise after all the little alleys and byways we passed to reach it and fortunately was not flooded. The outside of the Basilica Di San Marco was amazing. At first I thought that there where frescos on the outside, but on closer inspection they ...
... he would go away, didn't work, I still felt his eyes on me, so disturbing. I was just finishing my salad when he approached my table, stood in front of me & said, "you seem to be alone". I hopped off the chair & said, "no", quickly paid my bill & left.
It was time to do what I had been avoiding all day, packing. Part of me was ready to move on, part of me wasn't. I had really fallen in love with Venice. Was expecting it to ...
... so they did not hear the station being called. They travelled to Klagenfurter on their own road trip! We reconnected in St Roma Square some 2.5 hours later!
That was enough adventure for one day. Off to our hotel and a quick bite to eat and bed. I really did however miss the smell of crisp, fresh, alpine air and a bottle of perfume sprayed in the room enabled me to eventually fall asleep.
... everywhere, on the way. We walked back via Main Street (that's not it's proper name) which didn't take so long.
For dinner Hotel staff pointed us in the direction of a restaurant which locals frequent around the corner and on the Canal. It was lovely. Tables alfresco on the edge of the canal, where we ate a magnificent dinner ...
... excavated from under the site including animal bones, board games, food/snacks served during the shows. Then onto the ancient wonders in the area including the impressive Roman Forum. The remaining ruins of buildings, decorations, roads, arches and statues spread around a large area. A spaghetti carbonara and beer to finish my time in ...