Hotel Victoria, Lido di Jesolo
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... traditional seafood restaurants. The colourful houses are interesting because, although some are very garish, each colour represents a family group so everyone who lives in a house of a particular colour is related to everyone in any house on the island of the same colour. Consequently there can be varying shades of the same colour with each shade belonging to a different family grouping. Although this is my fourth visit to Venice, it has been 20 years since ...
... to Villach, Austria. There we thought we boarded our train about a half hour earlier than the schedule said so again we were confused. It also didn't list the station we were going to. We had to wait in a little room with one other guy who was passed out on the floor from I assume having too much to drink! We finally got on our train and away we went and somehow got there at the same time. When we arrived we knew we had to take bus 15, no problem! ...
On the train again... The journey from Innsbruck (2 hours south of Salzburg, Austria) through the snowy Austrian alps on our way to Venice Italy was the most beautiful train journey yet. This part of the trip has snow covered mountains on every surface right up to the window of the train, including the tracks.
We were supposed to be staying in Innsbruck for the night but opted for staying three whole nights in Venice. Nearly at the end of our Europe train venture, we are ...
... pedestrian-only city in the world. While wandering the less traveled alleys, you can easily get lost (but not for long because you soon will hit a plaza with signage directing you, a main tourist route, or the edge of the sea or the Grand Canal that snakes though town.
That said, it is a tourist **** show. I knew it would be, coming in August in particular, but I had no idea. It turns out Venice has more tourists than residents most of ...
... Jeremy said it reminded him of Monterey, California and we both agreed. There were so many bikes so it looked like people commuted from there into Venice. We had lunch (more pasta) and then headed back. We dropped JR back at the apartment to have a little rest and Loretta and I headed out for a mid afternoon aperitif; a Spritz. The common drink of Venice. I know you will find this hard to believe but it will not be coming back with us to ...