Hotel Eliseo Terme
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Outdoor pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the necklace my mum and dad bought for me when they were hear 20 years ago; when my mum celebrated her 60th birthday with a gondola ride. Unfortunately the piece never recovered from Callum's need to touch and explore mummy's jewellery box when a toddler. Though I had the beads restrung they had a limited life after that. I picture mum and dad cruising along the Grand Canal. I find it difficult to comprehend if the ...
After breakfast we explored around our hotel and found the shopping areas that were more for locals. We bought water, and, back at the hotel, we met our guide and started our two hour walking tour. We saw the fish, meat and produce market, lots of back streets, San Marco Square, the palace, the Bridge of Sighs. It was good ...
... we dropped everything and waited for David and Blaze to find the camera. We went to go drop off our luggage to our less sketchy hotel, and it was only a little less sketchy then the other one. I had to carry all my luggage up the stairs, like the first day in Rome, and when I got up to the flight I THOUGHT I was gonna stay in, Blaze said someone needed to room with Hannah, so I decided to go with her. We had to go up two ...
Woke up at 7am ready for an early start. Feeling sluggish as I didn't have a very good nights sleep. Luckily both Barry and Ben had one. Didn't leave home until 9 - walked to the train station- found our way there thanks to Barry's navigation. Really enjoyed the walk as there were so many alleys and shops to look at along the way and it is a great way to further explore the city of Padova. Purchased our train tickets - 7 euros each return and then we were ready to go. Ben was ...
... there was no point me looking in those shops!
We went through to St Marks Square where we met our guide for the walking tour of Venice. We got set up with headphones again and she took us through the history of the city, at 10:30am we watched the clock ring and the statues at the top actually move to hit the bell to make it ring! After that we were taking through the alleyways to the grand canal, the tour was only an hour but probably one of the ...