Hotel Due Mori
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... some sketch shows again. This school had a lovely contact who was relaxed about the experience having had Theatrino Perform 4 years running and was very thankful for us being there. We only had to perform to 2nd media school this time..but here's the thing..... Second media are sort of like the "middle child". Kind of sweet but they can be a right pain in the bum. And there is always some ratty boys who are trying to impress I don't know who. ...
Today we are staying at Laveno ..a beautiful town on the Lake Maggiore. Poor David was not well, caught the virus I had...so he stayed home to have a quiet morning to hopefully get better. So I went off on the day trip to the neighbouring Lake District 70 km away to Como. The highways are great, with lots of tunnels through all the mountains ...lots of tolls along the way. ...
... and stow our bags. Once again, there was too much luggage and not enough space, so people were forced to be inventive with where they put their cases.
After a short-ish train ride we arrived in Venice. It was very exciting to come out of the train station and see water.
We hopped on the No.1 Vaporetta and went for a small cruise along the Grand Canal. Peach was a little disappointed that we had to get off 1 stop before the Rialto ...
... waited for a while in the car park, looking at the war memorial which has dozens of Steven’s fore-bearers on it, and only a few dozen names in total. Then, Rita and Elio arrived – they had been to the bank where the ATM swallowed Rita’s card to try and retrieve it, but it must be sent to Australia – then we were bustled up the road to Ubaldo and Anna’s house. They have been renovating the house where Rita’s Zio Tony used to live ...
... a lot and I have no regrets - just the ridiculously overpriced cheese pizza (never forget service and cover charge). Although Venice may have sounded like a disaster, as I mentioned at the beginning, the only problem with the city was the pigeons. I spent hours and hours drifting along the canals and lost in the maze of streets. Given a little more money and some company, preferably intimate, I'd go back without ...