Hotel Eliseo Terme
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... all the keys to African countries including our passports) upon the bonnet of Landy, where she thought she wouldn't forget it. After a hasty breakfast we started upon our way to catch the ferry to Venice, with Landy, but without the bag which was gone with the wind. We searched roads, ditches and beaches for the little sacred purple bag but it was nowhere to be found. We did find some welcoming campsite door keepers who rented us ...
... Carlo Scarpa, a Venetian architect, in 1961 and completed in 1963. Venice, being notorious for flooding, played a major role in its design around water. As the sea level rises, many of the 1st floors of Venetian buildings would (and still do) flood. This has caused these areas to go generally unused (which is why you may find no lights on at night on 1st floors there). To help solve this problem for this mansion-turned-museum, Scarpa designed a first floor that used a lot of stone ...
... and headed for Rialto bridge. We found an apartment online for a steal in the center of everything! If you have not been to Venice than you don't know that it is a very confusing maze of narrow walkways between tall buildings and random canals zig zagging between the buildings. It is quite easy to get lost. Adam navigated us there with the ipad using our map application. I was skeptical at first that it would work here, ...
... in. I have found that cars here in the Naples area whether behind me, beside me, or coming at me, frequently want the same space on the road that my car is occupying. Isn’t that a violation of a basic law of physics; two items of matter cannot occupy the same space simultaneously? Proves yet again that I am glad I made my kids take physics because I failed to do so. Anyway, Randy has more faith in his fellow Italian drivers than I. And he has ...
... I stayed until I felt the jolt of the train as we halted.
We knew it was economical for us to purchase the HelloVenezia three day vaporetto pass, so once we departed the train we headed straight for the ticket office. The office, of sorts, was about the size of a trailer, with only two attendants behind the lengthy desk. As it was the height of summer season, you can imagine the line that quickly formed. We somehow managed to pick the line with the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet