Hotel Forte del 48
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... your train or destination. Your train ticket has no information on it neither does the train. Even in the first class cabin there is no sign indicating which stop you are approaching. So were a little relieved we had not gone 200 mph in the wrong direction. Pretty exciting when you pass an opposing train!
Big day out & fun but so nice to get home to our peaceful villa after all the crowds.
... not so cool, nor was the next one. I am so glad we went into the amazing shop first, because we really wouldn't have got a good impression, with most being a lot more old fashioned. We were motivated enough to look for a souvenier, something we don't normally do - with so many places, we just cant carry a sovenier from every place we visit.
Grandi bought us girls each a little piece, madi got a beautiful 3d blue heart on a necklace. Lee got a square ...
... really hoping for) was 13 kms away. Don't think delivery is an option in Venice.
We decided to look for "Antico Forno" which has take-out pizza by the slice. It was supposed to be a six minute walk away.Well it took us probably 45 minutes to find it. Street signs are limited and maps don’t match. It poured rain the whole time. Mel was wearing her already soaked runners ...
... and chocolate. I admit that it is one of the best Ice cream experiences of my life and surrender to the fact that the Italians really know how to get their food right. It was time for our next excursion and we find ourselves lost in a maze. We run around in circles before I walk up to the police and try to put on an Italian accent 'exscusi' to which I proceed in English, 'Which way to St Marks Square?' Thank goodness the policemen replies back in ...
... water surrounding it just seemed to have a calming effect on me. It could just be my kiwi side where we're so used to going to the beach. I'm not too sure. Anyways each boat has a driver and then I noticed there were the "conductors". They were usually young men in their 20s - 30s who parked the boat to the wharf or boat terminal. They then opened the barricades so people could hop on or off. The one on our boat was young and hot. However when we arrived to Murano, he yelled out ...