Hotel Ca' Tron
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... islands. We took the opportunity to see a bit more of Venice from the canals and then took a trip out to Murano, which is famous for its beautiful glass. We also sought out the Bridge of Sighs for Gordon, to reassure him that it is still in Venice.
Our day in Padova was spent visiting the ...
... it, since it looked like it was bothering him. By then Lynn was there, and we were trying to lure him closer. We never did catch him, because he was always fighting for the food, and he was just plain rude to the other pigeons. Today was our last full day in Venice, and tomorrow we will leave early to Germany. See ya there! -Bridget Lots of pictures to post when we get to Germany tomorrow. ...
... mom would fly home and we would take the bus to La Rochelle for a week of "downtime" before we continued our travels. It was so nice that mom could come out on such short notice but BOY did we cover a lot of ground! I'm not sure if we'll get back to Italy to see Rome on this trip (I hear it's underwater right now anyhow!) so I guess we'll just have to come back! Ok I think that sums up my Italy section...I'm still so behind posting these! Ciao, ...
... and surrounds! :/ Went walking about, Got lost with Felix, Bought two huge slices of pizza (it was so worth it) and some gelato! In the restaurant now and so not hungry!! Full from the first bite!! Enjoying this so much though!! (Ps. HEY MUM AND DAD!!!) -Stephanie Iannella Venice was nothing like I had expected! At first I thought it was very ugly, but when I got on the Island of Venice, I fell in love at first sight. I really like the architecture of the old buildings and ...
... the last few hours together before saying our goodbyes as the girls were leaving for Rome early the next morning and my track record of waking up early had been poor at best.
One of the biggest downsides of travel are the regular goodbyes that you have to deal with. People who were complete strangers and non-existent come into your life for a few days and through amazing companionship and hours of laughter leave great memories behind. They unknowingly leave ...