Ambassador Tre Rose
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... the air conditioned ship. With four Kings
feed like Kings should be feed we headed back out into the town and the heat
for a look around the markets where Nuerofen, swimming shorts, sandals, water,
drinks and chocolate were purchased with the last of our Croatian currency, the
Kruna. Back on the boat we had a little down time in the cabin before it was
time to leave the port of Split and time to leave the Cabin for Tony to be
dropped off for his ...
... gondolas and private boats everywhere. Back down the canal to the hotel and we say goodnight to Scott and make our way out onto the terrace overlooking the grand canal. We order some cocktails and then we are joined by Piero the general manager of the Bauer group. He spends an hour with us telling us about his life as a hotelier, spending 2 years in St Petersburg and thanking David profusely for the time he spent with his manager Andrea this afternoon. I'm a ...
... ourselves an hour for what we thought was a 15min trip or we would have missed the train.
Jeff waved us off, doing a run along the platform which made us laugh. Meanwhile inside the train we upset an Austrian man with our seats reservations as he thought this train didn't have them. Now he is sitting across the aisle giving Michelle dirty looks (and I don't mean in a Viennese hottie type of way).
Train left spot on time at 8:22am and now we are ...
... and we see two giant cruise liners docked at the port, before we leave the car at Piazzale Roma, a massive multi-story car park.
We decide on a private boat transfer from here to our accommodation at Al Bailo di Venezia, an old police station located next to the new local police station and a short distance from the main Carabinieri (national military police) station for Venice. This allows us to avoid the 35 minute walk or the crowded vaporetto (the water bus), and the ...
Today was a hectic day as we had a lot of traveling we had to do and we wanted to explore Venice as much as possible - also having to do this on 2 hours of sleep (not asking for any sympathy mind you). So we got into Ancona early and had time to grab some breakfast with Nick, Kevin and their family before our train arrived - which was nice because they were great people and we ending up having a lot in common. We said our goodbyes and made the train to Bologna and then onto Venice. ...