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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... a beautiful Mixed Fish dinner and I had Gnocchi that was fabulous too. By far, the best meal we've had in Europe. what an amazing experience. We had a fantastic evening and were still back to the B&B by 8:30!!!! Another beautiful day! Wait till tomorrow!! I just want to say thank you for all your beautiful comments to this blog. I love sharing and appreciate your kind words. Love to ...
Early wake up today,so that we could catch a morning bus to Venice. Our bus ended up being a minivan, and one that appeared to have very little space for us and our bags. The driver told us to wait, and about 10 minutes later he returned with a second van. We effectively ended up having our own private van, with just two other people for part of the journey. The drive took just under 3 hours as the driver was very speedy and a little dangerous! We were dropped ...
... vacation. Then we wandered into the center of Venice near the Ponte di Rialto to see the bridge and get some cicchetti - traditional Venetian tapas - at a bar pretty famous for it. What a great way to kick off our last stop! The man behind the counter happily made us a plate (and then a second!) of a few pieces and recommended a prosecco for me and a red for Bob. Venice is known for its prosecco, so of course I ...
... me 2 glasses of Tequilla... For the first time I drank these 2 glasses at one shot... and not long after I fell asleep soundly and missed quite a fair bit of fun show later on in the night.
PL went back even earlier and was still awake when Raymond saw me back to the room... almost couldn't put the room key straight into the door and I zonked out on the bed... awoke only around 4am to wash up and remove my make-up!!
What an experience but not so exciting....
... Only day, so back into it tomorrow. It's going to be a bit of a shock to the system, given it's forecast for a high of 9 degrees - not what we've got used to (although only 13 here in Venice today). So goodbye to Murano, off in the water taxi and back to the airport. Venice is NOT CHEAP. Not at all, the transportation costs are something else. Basically it's cost us the best part of $NZ200 for a trip into Murano for not much more than one ...