Hotel Augustus Terme
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... best to keep moving, not take photos and keep my hands firmly in my pockets. Many a times with my hands so cold I took the opportunity to warm them over prayer candles in churches. I pretended I was using the light to read my tourist guide book. Venice is dense with churches and I never passed one without going in, even if but briefly. Of course I saw St Marks basilica and took a great deal of time admiring the floor ...
... It's across the canal from St Marks so it would be a slightly vantage point but much less crowded. We walked around the area quite a bit, also less crowded and more peaceful. Ironic that not only am I complaining about crowds and tourists, I'm one of those adding to the problem. The skies looked pretty clear, but we'd hear the random thunderclaps off in the distance. Fingers crossed that we'd stay ...
... the places we stopped had things made out of Venician glass. We ended up stopping in a Saint Marks Square that had a lot of cool shops and a awesome view of the water surrounding Venice. From the docks you could see towers and domes along with other city buildings that were across the water. To end the day we walked in the rain to dinner and got gelato and came back to the hotel to get ready for ...
... that we were waiting seemed like eternity as It was so cold and icy. Finally our boat arrived and we got off at the station waiting to head home - Cold, tired and ready to,head back and await for Kaya. We Arrived home so exhausted. Barry was trying to organise Kaya's transport from the airport as Paola was trying to get Miriam to collect Kaya and arrange for a night out in Padova with them and possibly stay the night with ...
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we visited the medieval Doges’ Palace. The Doge was the elected ruler of
Venice. Inside we saw statues of Roman
gods and an armoury which had swords, armour, shields and guns which I found
very impressive. We crossed from the Palace over the Bridge of Sighs. When criminals were sentenced to jail they
were taken across this bridge to the dungeon on the other side and ...