Hotel Ristorante El Rustego
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... area, would experience an absolute increase in the risk of cancer (of all types) during their lifetime, of approximately 1% due to the accident. With the lifetime risk increase for thyroid cancer, due to the accident, for a female infant, in the most affected radiation location, being estimated to be one half of one percent[0.5%]. Cancer risks for the unborn child are considered to be similar to those in 1 year old infants.
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... walk to locate some gelato. This isn't hard, they are everywhere. The trick is don't eat in a main tourist area as the prices are high. Get lost down some twists & turns & it's cheaper. We didn't sit down, eat or drink in St Mark's square or anywhere like it. Thanks for the warning Donna & Pete. Pete is still recovering from 60 euro for two cokes! Venice is beautiful at night. St Mark's square with the famous bell tower & Basilica. Walking along the canal past ...
... walk away. When we got there it was full (that's how you know it's a good place). We had a drink at the bar beforehand. We had seen loads of people drinking a orange drink and were very curious as to what is it. Another couple beside us told us it was Spritz and was really quite nice so we ordered one. It was white wine with some orange mix and fizzy water (I think). Was actually really good! We then say down for dinner where I had a lasagna to start ...
... pizza! Chloe was on the hunt for some souveniers, I hate shopping at the best of times. By this stage I've seen enough masks, glass, postcards and magnets to poke a stick at. Lol. I've managed to talk Chloe into only getting a postcard and/or magnet from each city. Otherwise we'd be racking up a mad souvenir bill by the end of the 11weeks. We trek back to the main square to walk up the city's clock tower to get a view of the whole city. 70 m up and it's just what ...
... that I pull over and steal him another apple.The song on this occasion was "catch a chain a Bennett", which was cute when I realised that he'd picked up on our conversation with Charlie and knew we were going to catch the train to Venice. This we achieved well enough, though not without having to haul my juggernaut of a vehicle up and down several flights of stairs around the bike-unfriendly Italian rail stations. During my various justifications offered to ...