Atlantic Terme Natural Spa & Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... gondolas but they didn't have people on them and when we went on the boataway we passed a place that looked like a castle and it had circle towers. Then we went down another canal and got off the gondola. Then we went to have some lunch, I had a schnitzel sandwich and the twins shared a wrap type thing and Lily had a Parma ham and em menthol sandwich and we were sitting the town square. After lunch we went up the tower but we couldn't go up ...
... Other than that we just wandered and observed. Venice is a funny place, in that it's economy is essentially only tourism based, and yet it somehow retains a unique charm. There's simply no other city you can go to which you can still only get around on foot, or go through such a tangle of narrow passageways. It's nearly impossible to keep your bearings in Venice, as you have ...
... the masses of other tourists there walking around parts of it on raised wooden platforms about eighteen inches off the ground. It was rain water that had flooded it with the high tide. The smell wasn't too good either so we decided to move on again. Time to find somewhere warm and dry for lunch. We found a place with a large marquee over the tables, and a little water still running through underfoot but nevermind. It was Pizza for Graham, Puccini Risotto for ...
... in itself was not a huge problem as the boat was much quieter so we had seats at the front and enjoyed the view. Instead of going the traditional route up the Grand Canal we went anti clockwise and and passed all the cruise ships, entering into the Grand Canal at St Mark's Square. I would love to know who gave the planning permission for the huge Gucci electronic sign at the entrance. Idiots!
We could see crowds of people like little ants, which was our ...
... a bit but the kids were flagging. Walked to the Faro ferry stop and got onto the number 12 this took us to Burano (about 30 minutes trip across the Lagoon) which is known for it's lace and more recently it's pretty pained houses. Sam was really loosing the plot by this stage so we found a little pizza place in a square and had a very tasty large pizza (5E) to revive him. Then we had a bit more of an explore before getting back ...