Hotel Eliseo Terme
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... other two islands as Sandy said. Nice to get away from the big crowds inside Venice. Our gondola ride was fun. Sandy wore her brand new lace skirt we just bought at the island and of course I wore my new Venetian fedora. Sandy said I looked like a mob boss. I had the best lasagna in my life after the ride. The pizza has been awesome also. And Sandy mentioned my gelato addiction. Venice is great but 2 days is enough. On to Tuscany for a couple of days with a rental ...
... She even had her own princess bed (aka, day bed/chaise lounge) although she preferred our bed for sleeping. We got into the city Friday evening in time to do some wandering around, check into the hotel, and head to dinner. We had a very nice dinner. The best thing we had was a plate of cichetti. Cichetti is like the Italian version of tapas or small plates. Sometimes you can get a plate of mixed cichetti (like we did for kind of an appetizer ...
... 3 weeks in rehab in Melbourne was allowed to spend the remaining 3 weeks with her daughter in Queensland. She was flying up yesterday. However she had a bleed on the brain on the plane, which had to be diverted to Sydney. She had an operation, but the outlook is pretty grim. This news hit us for six. For the remaining time we just sat on the lounges. On returning to Mykonos town, we did a bit of shopping along the beautiful narrow maze ...
The main tourist area has three major buildings…the Cathedral, the Baptistery and, of course, the leaning tower itself. Mikayla took us for a tour of the first two and explained the significance of the different buildings. The Leaning Tower is actually the bell tower of the cathedral. The tower's tilt began during construction in 1172 and gradually increased during the next 200 years that it took to complete. The lean was caused by ...
... had a hard time finding the bed and breakfast we were staying at. We went with a place on Guidecca, which is a big island immediately south of the main island. This was to be accomplished by taking the Vaporetto, which is Venice's public transit system - except boats instead of buses and trains. When we finally found the Vaporetto, got on and got across the Canale Della Guidecca, we found ourselves ...