Hotel Augustus Terme
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- Tennis Court
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Heated pool
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... region, the Italian flag, and the European Union flag. The wonderful building these happen to be flying over is the Cassa di Risparmio de Veneto (The Savings Bank of the Veneto). I think this particular building dates from the 18th, possibly the early 19th Century -- but it could also be much older.
On my way back from doing my laundry, I shopped around for another bag for the trip back. (My little suitcase barely held all my ...
... despite the differences these centuries of history represent -- the kids here who ride the train in with me every morning are (for the most part) the same kids that used to take the train with me into Berkeley: smart, inquisitive, interested, and interesting. It's why I've loved working and being on college campuses my whole life: their energy is so invigorating and exciting!
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... got a nice but monolingual German couple to my right and a delightful elderly Italian lady (with just a smidge of English) facing me to my left (it is actually her table you see, not mine). I asked the maitre d' if it were possible to be matched up with either an English speaking single or someone who would like to practice their English, but he didn't seem too encouraging. Makes for a rather quiet dinner!
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... touring by Gondola and although our guide did not sing, I think we were grateful he didn’t in the end. We both said we would have gone back in line and gone around again as it was really lovely. Hayley’s warnings of “Everything smells like Pee!” perhaps is a little less of a problem in September as we only noticed an odd smell once or twice. We wandered the confusing pattern of streets and took Viviana’s ...
... so often we see a family or couple going by and sometimes they have opera singers on board who sound like Andrea Botecelli! Had a fantastic lunch at the hotel restaurant right on the grand canal. Pasta of course! Katie is in her homeland!!! Then we walked to St. Marks Square for a little shopping. We are having a tour tomorrow am before getting on the ship! So far the weather is absolutely perfect! Sunny and only ...