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Travel Blogs from Ponzano Veneto
... person walking it and everyone was driving by in their vehicles laughing and saying keep going! It was such a steep long trek a group of dogs came with us and led the way all the way up the mountain! Melissa had the worst blisters that are literally her whole ankle on each side and she managed to make it good girl! When you got closer to the top you had to pay to see inside the crater and the most amazing view of Naples. It was sand at that point and ...
... clear too. We left about 4.00pm and caught a ferry back via yet another route that we had not yet been on. It took us round the top side via the island where the Murano glass products come from. By the time we were back we felt we had seen as much of Venice as you could from the sea. Nice meal for tea but Karen was chucking up by mid night. It seems that she has an allergy to really yummy seafood dishes. In London she was crook after a seafood risotto and the same ...
... local prosecco was only two euros a glass!
Our last stop was a large producer, that gave us the complete tour, describing all of the various processes and machines. I mean once you've heard this at any winery, it doesn't vary a lot when you hear it again. And by this time most of us were not nearly as interested in throwing back a lot more prosecco, and mostly we needed a nap.
... we did this before and after we visited the palace. Now it was time to head off and do some exploring. As there is no traffic in Venice the only way to get around is to either go by water or walk, and so we walked. It wasn't too long before we were lost, but as there seemed to be a treasure to discover down every street and alley this didn't seem to matter. At one stage we looked up and there was ...
... and eating a whole bunch of gelato to say goodbye to Italy. The morning was really sunny so we spent some time chilling our by the sea in the sun. I really love the way you can wander down all the tiny streets in Venice and somehow end up in a place you recognize. It's very hard to get lost as you'll either end up at the sea or the grand canal at some point and can get your bearings. Tomorrow we head out to Salzburg at about midday and arrive in the ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service