Hotel Augustus Terme
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... of the arsenale part (which would have been with the same guide - that didn't even say goodbye to us!!) and walk around the different pavilions in the gardens. There are 38 pavilions each of a different country built in different times since the biennales openning. We started of course with the Israeli one, which was designed by zeev rechter in 1952, it had quite a critical exhibition in it, curated by erez ella,talking about American influence on ...
... her slippers (oh yes, like you do at home in your socks on a hardwood floor) to answer the phone.
And with such a fantastic place to stay I decided to spend some extra time here after meeting three Canadian girls from Vancouver in Grandma Death’s attic. There are smaller islands just off the coast of Venice that specialize in a couple of different crafts, one being glass blowing and another being lace-making, so that while Venice itself is a mixture of many (very ...
... already been given a special timeslot for disembarkation…very civilized!!!
Before we took off for our final meal at the Manhattan we had some drinks on our balcony…Mary had started getting organised with packing and then had a shower but then came to me and mentioned that maybe she was feeling a tad seasick and would i mind going and asking Tracey for some Kwells (it was very weird, we had had swells during the cruise and i had been fine, but this ...
Buon giorno! Venice is beautiful and unlike any city I've been to. There are no cars and the city is ran through canals and boats. Yesterday we had lunch at a restaurant and I had tagiatoli (flat wide pasta) w scallops and tomatoes, it was light and refreshing. Scott had spaghetti alla pesto, and I actually preferred this pesto over cinque terre's. We went to the train station after to reserve our tickets to Rome, then checked into our new hostel which ...
... shhh.. We then set off for Berano- my retirement island. I've never seen such a beautiful town. Houses of every color- so quaint, so peaceful, so lovely- Some of the best weather I've experienced also. For lunch, I ordered off of a small fast food shack by the sea- and not fast food in the sense that it's ****. This was some of the best food I've had abroad: the best, lightly salted, just right amount of potato flavor fries, ...
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed