Hotel Eliseo Terme
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Today we woke up to a cloudy morning in Venezia. The forecast says it will be rain in the afternoon but luckily we will be already on our way to Milano...it's sad cause our trip to Italy is nearly finished!! We have till lunch time to go and see the Rialto bridge, visit a glass artist and buy traditional carnival mask. The water transportation is very cool but not very efficient it takes ages to get from place to place so we had to ...
Next on the must-see list of Italy was Venice. For pure wow factor alone, this may be one of my all time favorite cities. The island portion of Venice is truly fascinating with no motor vehicles or really even bicycles, because anything with wheels would need to navigate a veritable maze of waterways, bridges, and stairs. Transportation by boat is the norm and the water buses are just as efficient as a regular city bus with a no nonsense pick up and drop off and move on routine. One of ...
... in Venice, I joined Mary on our balcony.
I must admit…at first I was asking myself ‘why on earth am i up at this time of the morning???’ …but after 2 minutes i was so glad i was…in fact I really wanted to wake up B&T so that they could be part of it…(I should have!!!…) It was a glorious sight…the streets of Venice were still all lit up and the canals were lit up as well but there wasn’t a soul to be ...
... part was beautiful, but towards dinner got a little chilly. We ate at a restaurant along the canal. I ordered my first Italian 3 course meal, which I will not do again, it was to much. My first course was spaghetti with meat and tomato sauce, second was a salad, but their dressing is olive oil, I have been craving a salad since I got here so that was good and my third course was weinershnitzul. Different, but I didn't mind it. Probably wouldn't order it at a restaurant again. ...
... we passed and offered to take a photo of us at the end. Although the 100 euro seems expensive for 25 minutes in an overly ornate canoe (honestly, it looks like a cross between a canoe and a Hurst and maybe something that may have turned up on the beaches of Troy a few thousand years ago) but it’s worth every cent. There is no better way to experience the canals and see Venice than right on the water in the open air with just the sound of the paddle moving through ...
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