Hotel Al Mare
- Continental Breakfast
- Russian TV Channels Available
- TV Other Russia
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
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... stop. We got absolutely no help from the bus drivers and ACTV ticket seller at Piazzelle di Roma. I had a chance to practice my beginning Italian and was only once asked if I would prefer to speak English.
We are now working on a brand new iPad mini so hopefully any problems are behind us.
The day had gotten off to a good start. We got off the ship around 9:30, figured out how to to buy Vapparetto tickets and got on the right Vapparetto. Then ...
... we noticed the water starting to rise along the edges of the canals. Even around some corners alley ways were beginning to flood. On this same trip for gelato we decided we needed more cash euro so we tried a few ATMs with no luck getting cash. This became a quick concern as we were running low on funds. We eventually came across our gelato shop, jumped across a huge puddle and were greeted by the worker telling us he was closed. Bummer for sure. It was a huge disappointment ...
... us even had a second . . :-).
Finally back to the convent with less than an hour to shower, change our clothes, and head out for dinner. Typical timing for this group! So - Laurie and I thought we had done such a great job making dinner reservations for dinner early in the day. Dave and I had been to this little restaurant the last time we were in Venice and it was close to the convent. We thought through our Italian vocabulary, picking ...
... and the count for the number of times I've been awakened by my seatmate is not nearly what it could have been, it's only 2 so far. Landed without incident, and happily our luggage made it's way to Venice as well. I prepaid for vaparetto and museum passes for the duration of our stay and for a one way alilugnia ride from the airport to near our hotel. managed to collect the vaporetto passes but was totally stumped on getting the alilugnia ticket. Turns out ...
... a spectacle going through the canal. People on ferries and onshore were waving to us as we passed. When we finally reached the end of Venice, we were officially on our way to Greece. From there, we had a low-key night – dinner in the Lido, and a few drinks at the Sports Bar. Since the next day was a sea day, we had all night to stay up late and sleep in the next ...