Hotel Augustus Terme
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Travel Blogs from Montegrotto Terme
... we asked for the bill by doing the universal writing on the palm and mouthing 'bill,' pretended to not understand so that we keep mouthing it and over exaggerating it for a while until he laughed and finally brought us the bill. I was so disappointed to miss out on Verona, I wanted to see Juliet's balcony so badly, but it didn't work out in the end and we ended up having lunch in the city and then heading back to the hostel to do ...
... even air conditioned so we were ecstatic. We were 2 minutes walk to St Mark's Square. We had a lovely lunch on the outdoor patio and went exploring through the literal maze of streets. We could hardly believe we were here. Later in the day Laurie and Di fed the pigeons in St Mark's Square, apparently a no no as the pigeon nazi's warned us. The birds are practically tame as they sat on our arms, heads, and shoulders. Lots of fun. ...
... depends on how much detail and history you like in your self tour. We followed the well-laid out path thru the courtyard, up the Golden Stairs, thru council chambers and Doge apartments, along the Bridge of Sighs (so named because it was the prisoners' last chance at fresh air and sites of the city), into the bowls of the prison to experience the Well cells, and back to the courtyard. It was a very interesting 90+ minutes and we saw ...
... the balcony and then went to Rialto for dinner by the water.
We had dinner at a restaurant right beside the famous “Big” Realto bridge. Amazing view, and amazing table, however, this place had “Touristo Trappo” all over it. We had the smallest dinner yet (only one pasta dish each, rather than the usual Antipasta, Pasta, followed by a meat dish and desert) due to the ridiculous cost. Food was good, and the view ...
... dinner at Trattoria al Leoncini before taking the water bus 'home.’
Although we have all previously seen the requisite historical sights around San Marco, we did pay a visit – but I much prefer skipping the crowds and sticking to the back alleys and canals that make Venice so intriguing.
We have now traveled the entire Grand Canal waterway by boat and have enjoyed every minute.
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed