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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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On our way to Venice we stopped in Verona, the place where Romeo and Juliet is set. We saw Juliet's balcony, toured a bit of the town and had some free time. Some people went into the arena that that was built 2000 years ago. Others used their time to get some gelato and do a bit of shopping. We at staying at the Hotel Bolivar in Lido, a popular …
... We didn't do a gondola ride but crossed the Grand Canal for 2 Euro on a gondola. For dinner I suggested Restorante Rosa Rossa but Yvonne wanted to go to a place that we had walked past the day before which had a good price for the tourist menu and a friendly waiter. Only problem she wasn't sure where it was. We did find Rosa Rossa but Yvonne thought we should walk some more to find her ...
Yesterday was another fantastic day. We were up early so that we could go to the Hapsburg palace before it opened to the public. You cannot imagine the luxury of the place with its parquetry floors had beautiful chandeliers. The chandeliers in the ballroom take 1100 candles alone. The beautiful furniture which is original etc. Empress Maria Therese had 17 children in 19 years and only one died. The are now 670 ...
We arrived in Venice by overnight train from Vienna, great way to travel and worked well for us. Checking into the hotel was a bit disappointing it seems that down here they have a habit of accepting your reservation in their primary hotel then upon arrival moving you to an associate hotel, we visited 3 by the time we finally got our room, pretty scungy it was too, never mind, it gave us a good base right near the Grand Canal and all the restaurants, bars, shops, markets were ...
... interesting. Then came the catch. We were next ushered into a large room and the door was shut behind us. The room was filled with carpets and we were asked to sit down along the wall for another demonstration. If I had known any better at the time, I'd have developed a sudden urgency to use the restroom and would have spirited myself out of there, pronto. First we were served our choice of wine, raki or tea. Then, ...