Antiche Terme Ariston Molino
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... then we decided what to do. We were going to walk there and decide our way back when we were ready. However the museum doesn't open until 2:30 and so we had to wait around for a while before we left. Then we chose to get a pizza as we didn't bring any lunch. When the pizza was ready we went down to the edge of the river and ate it. The sight was like magic. Where we sat, over looked a gorgeous clear blue river with lush green mountains. It was so lovely. After ...
... smelled quite bad actually and its probably not helped by the lack of toilets. We could only find 2 which were open on the whole island and it was 1.50 (almost $3) to use them! So all these things combined led me to the conclusion that it is overrated, and I say this even after going on a nice sunny day when none of the island was flooded and it was the quiet season. By the end of the day I was glad that we were only spending one day there!
... there appears to be little concern about whether someone has paid a fare on public transport or not. You are expected to buy a ticket for buses or water transport but no one ever checks if indeed you have a ticket.
Well, tomorrow is mainly taken up with getting ourselves to Rome for the final leg of our journey so you will not hear from me then. We will make a report from the first full day in Rome, which is Tuesday 7 October.
... We actually did pretty well, with the iPad, although it never could decide which side of any given canal we were actually on. We only had one major misstep, but we wound our way back, and I think we still made it in the 10 minutes. And oh my gosh, the hotel! It is absolutely beautiful! And classy! We walked in to find Happy Hour in progress...so while they registered our passports (the way Italy handles visitors...they hold hotels responsible for checking and verifying ...
... is named, was stolen by two merchants from Alexandria in Egypt and brought back to Venice. St Mark is the patron saint of Venice and his body lies in the church's alter. Or say they say! The church, including St Mark's body, was destroyed by fire in AD 976 but his body miraculously reappeared when the new church was consecrated in 1094. Must have been the same miracle that made St Peter's chains in Rome look like new ...