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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... were also in search of Venetian masks but not sure what/where etc.. they are sold everywhere and some of dubious quality (plastic not paper mache). We didn't want to pay a fortune but at the same time wanted something unique, traditional and easy enough to get home again. By finding the wrong 'calle del Campaniel' it set us off in a different direction that lead us to discover the most amazing shop selling Venetian masks - perfect! The signs were ...
... less than five minutes. It was a perfect amount of time for me to make a stupid decision and try to skip across the train tracks as a short cut, rolling my ankle and making a fool of myself. I was in pain the whole rest of the day. We got on the train to Milan and rolled into the station about 10 minutes late, but were still able to connect to our train in time. TrenItalia is much less enjoyable than the SBB was, as it was packed with people and didn't seem very clean. About an ...
... package I feel it is the best value for money on the high seas!! Saying that, I am confident that the cleanliness of the ships will give anyone a run for their money. A few days ago I walked past a cleaner who was on his hands and knees wiping down a brass skirting that decorated the bottom on an ornamental column. 80% of the skirting was hidden from view by the adjacent bulk head but every spot of that brassware was being cleaned. Examples of this dedication ...
... home of Romeo and Juliet! We had booked an apartment for four nights so we could look around Verona and do some day trips to some nearby towns. We spent the first day having a look around Verona itself. We found some good places that had some amazing views out over the city. We also went to Juliet's balcony and had a look at the Colosseum where we would be watching the Opera the next day. Verona I thought was quite nice, very quaint. I had worn a pair of newish shoes that day ...
... so we could see it all again.
The next day we visited Murano, famous for its glass. While you can purchase Murano glass throughout Italy, on the island you can tour the furnaces for free to see how it's actually made. We were prepared for the hard sell as soon as got off the water bus: furnace salesmen wait for tourists at the harbour and usher them immediately into their own furnaces and shops. We decided to stroll and browse the stores along Murano's ...