Hotel Victoria, Lido di Jesolo
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the message about travelling light!! By the end of the day Sandra is also feeling under the weather with cold! Anyway we made it to the station and boarded the Circumvesuviana (the train from Hell as Katrina and I had dubbed it) It wasn't so bad and we met a lovely American couple and chatting to them made the hour fly past. We managed to get a decent cup of coffee and a cake. Katrina, I don't know how we bought anything in Italy last ...
... the inside Velcro pockets. I had just taken 500 Euro out of the bank but had put my wallet away securely! We had time to call Visa, etc. to cancel his cards and had to report it to the local police who were sympathetic but shrugged and told him to lock up his passports and be more careful!. This unfortunate incident won't spoil the experience for us, just a lesson learned! We are on the train now steaming to Firenze to transfer o our little old Lucca train ...
... and mostly, Geoff and Toni, who unhesitatingly took on the heavy load of looking after Beryl which was the difference between the trip being a plan or a reality.
When I get home I am going to complete the blog because it is a record of our trip. Whether it is practical to leave it open once we have returned is problematic and I don't have to think about it now. In the meantime, if I get an opportunity I shall continue to update the blog, with images, as I have been doing. ...
... visited the outlying islands. Murano, world famous as the site for the production of Venetian glass, was so interesting. We saw a demonstration of glass-blowing at one of the factories as well as visiting the Glass Museum. From there, we hopped on another ferry to Burano, the old center of lace production. The city also is home to the famous colored houses. Each house is painted in a different, bright color which ...
... slow morning starters. It would not suit Stuart at all (were he here) who likes to eat much earlier. However we were happy!
The sky was blue, and yet another warm sunny day beckoned. The weather has so far been great.
We had to check out of the B&B by 11am, but as we weren't leaving for Florence till 4pm we were able to leave our bags there. I had been told that the bags would be kept securely but in fact we were told to leave them in the ...