Hotel Due Mori
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... and it has obviously improved since I was last here. I have to add – there were huge numbers of empty plastic water bottles floating around which was unfortunate.
About 6.30pm we were bused back to our hotel and all our party were very tired. After a shower and very short rest we went down to a group paid dinner / buffet meal. It was well organised and the amount of food supplied was huge. There were 5 courses and they catered ...
Got packed & had early breakfast, left hotel by 8.30am nice & quiet getting to water bus got our tickets and got straight on water bus, only took us 10 mins to get to Train Station. Sat around at station until our platform number came up, we met Marlene & John from NZ they are on the same train only a few seats up from us they are going on to Milan. Should get to Verona at Midday where we will meet ...
Up at the crack of dawn (8am) for an amazing breakfast put on by Alessandro. It was unbelievable. It consisted of quiche, toasted ham and cheese sandwiches, bruschetta, salmon on crostini, yoghurt, fresh fruit, biscuits, chocolate, cakes! It definitely was the best breakfast we have had so far and has risen our expectations for breakfasts at other places. Today we meet up ...
... 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. ...
When we got to St. Mark's Square, which is the main square in Venice, we got on a gondola (which is a boat here). We went on a ride through the canals of Venice in a gondola with a boat man manouvering the boat through the narrow waterways.
Later, we spent some time wandering through some of the shops in St. Mark's Square. We saw a lot of very detailed glass. Nan and I fell in love with ...