Hotel Al Santo
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... train station. Very crowded train and hard to find a place for luggage even though ours was very small compared to some others. The train goes finally to Santa Lucia in Venezia but we are getting off at Padova. Looking for hopefully a less tourist laden town for a few days! We made it one piece to Padova. We had to get off the train with a lady who had three huge suitcases, almost as big as Dani! Once we got out of the train station, we had ...
... parts, and failed to leave behind any cash. The church is also ...
... the Leonardo Da Vinci museum which gives you an idea of what a genius he was as you look at all of his inventions and anatomical sketches. Last, we walked around the block to the left and toured the huge Santa Maria Gloriosa Dei Frari Church. Wow. This turned out to be the highlight of our visit to Venice. I thought it was much more interesting than St. Mark's. It helps to have a tour book to explain all the ...
... locations by three different people all across town only to
discover they had all closed down!! The upside is we saw a fair bit of
the city and got our bearings, and finally found a purpose for bidets in
the bathroom - washing undies!!!
Today we caught the train from Cortona. It was about an hour to Florence
and after we ...
... Venice. We arrived late in the afternoon to be met by a string of gondolas to whisk our tour group to our hotel which is located right on the Grand Canal.
The gondolas take a maximum of 6 people at a time but as we were arranging ourselves into groups of 6 Barbara, our Tour Director, said to Mike and myself that seeing we had a recent anniversary we could have a group of 4. So ourselves, plus Michelle and Peter, boarded the first gondola ...