Hotel Eliseo Terme
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Concierge desk
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Another not so great at hotel melograno here in Venice. We will see if this will post. We have had a good time so far in Venice. Immediately upon arrival we paid for a map from tourist information (instead of opting for the hotel version). This is because they have so many little streets you can not even begin to fit them on a regular sized sheet so this map is huge. We also got a three day vaparetto ( water bus) pass. Last night we took Uncle Ricks ...
... the crowd, another street vendor - this one with about a dozen knock-off Louis Vuitton handbags looped through his arms - ducked and weaved behind us in a really suspicious and furtive way. We were just staring at him, wondering what the hell was going on, and as he escaped into the crowd stage left, two policemen wandered into the area stage right. It seems that the street vendors are not allowed to operate in Venice, but they just vanish and reappear like ...
... little fishing village with brightly coloured houses on picturesque canals. Life just seemed to slow down. There were trees and lawns and flowers and lace. The fact that it was another beautiful sunny day certainly helped. Next stop, Torcello! This island in the Venetian lagoon is strictly rural. Not a real town but a farming village with a gothic church and related buildings. ...
... at 8:30 and after a quick stop at the hot chocolate shop for a refreshment and some chocolate spoons for our kids, we made our way to passport control. That was an experience all it's own. CRAZY! It was like being in a cattle car and things didn't move very well, there were security people calling for people with European Passports to go one directions, others trying to direct those with short connections times through a few ...
... getting good with trains now and we have a general idea of where to find the luggage check. As soon as we are off the train in Milan we are hustling with our luggage. There is bound to be a lineup and we do not have much time. We are lucky to find someone who knows where it is and he points it out for us and we are second in line. By the time we get our bags checked the line behind us is huge. We now know where the elevator is ...