Hotel Florida Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Piove di Sacco
... museum was $50 dollars but was worth every bit of it. When I got in, all I saw was the amazing animals from sharks all the way down to ants. I found the museum very interesting and reading about the history and where they are from was amazing. Both these places I would rate very highly and very educational, you get to learn about the history of the ...
... We went down to the beach which looked nice and safe and Ben and Anna had a swim. Then through the city walls to the town centre. After much grumbling about being told to read The Secret Seven, Ben is now totally engrossed which is quite amusing. Anna is writing and illustrating a book which she is quite proud of. Barry had a conversation of sorts with one of our Italian neighbours who knew a lot about rugby but not much English. We drove northward ...
... Il Frari church
Dad lowlight - none
Mom highlight - Il Frari church
Mom lowlight - none
Brian highlight - views of St. Marks square from the top of the cathedral
Brian lowlight - none
Claibourne highlight - Il Frari church
Claibourne lowlight - The tiny bones I had the keep pulling out of my mouth from my fish
Christine highlight - St. Marks
Christine lowlight - none
... After a celebratory McDonalds hash brown we were on the bus and ... Zzzzzzzzz. We arrived into Padova about half 1 and called for a taxi to the train station! We boarded a train to Venezia Mestre and ten minutes later had arrived in Venice. Well, the province but not the iconic islandy bit. Another taxi to the hostel/campsite and we had arrived! The place were staying is called Camping Jolly and it's pretty cool. There's loads of young people and a nice pool and bar etc. It's ...
... in the cobbled streets and we were serenaded by a gentleman playing an accordion. One could get very quickly lost walking the streets of Venice as we did later in the evening going on dark. We had been walking all over the place earlier in the day following the general crowds and after dinner we walked along the market place and took a few extra turns only to find ourselves in the back streets. A bit scary when you don't know the ...