- Minbar in room
- Multilingual staff
- Concierge desk
- Breakfast Available
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... there was no way to go and look for it. It has his address and phone number inside and earlier in the day we were in the post office and a fellow tourist had left their phone and we chased after him before he got on a boat for him to retrieve it so we are hoping for some good karma and that one day it will turn up in Wales. Some pizza and a Barbie film (that Tim bought so Jess is still living up to her earlier promise) rounded off the ...
... around the tiny private canals of the lagoon and then out into the Canal Grande was an experience I will never forget, although an expensive venture we have no regrets. After a lovely meal and a tad more vino we walked hand in hand back to our room, another perfect day was about to end and more dreams of Italian adventures were to follow.
The weather had turned when we woke this morning and a chilly 11 degrees in our ...
... with the others at 6, and by that time we were all exhausted, so we walked about 40 minutes through Venice to the bus terminal and caught the bus back to our hotel. We could have caught a boat to the bus terminal which would have been quicker, but we wanted to see more of Venice on the way back. By the time we left the island we noticed there were less tourists around, which was nice. I suppose all the cruise liners and day-trippers left by then. When we got back to the ...
... company and thus here I am heading off on one of their tours.
'Jewels of the Adriatic’ starts in Italy from Venice and finishes 15 days later in Croatia at Dubrovnik. Unfortunately Rod was unable to slip away from work so I had to go it alone.
I flew with Thai to Bangkok and then into Rome where I continued via rail to Venice. It was a lovely way to start the trip. I enjoyed sitting back in the 1st Class carriage sipping on ...
Today we traveled to from Florence to Venice by car. It's about 2 1/2 hr drive thru some lovely countryside which was hilly then mountainous then flat plains like Sask. It was strange to see snow on the ground as we drove - we haven't seen the white stuff for 2 1/2 weeks! We were using the GPS to guide us to Venice but suddenly at the turnoff to Venice the GPS quit working and we ended up missing our turn and having to go to the next exit some 20 km down the highway. After extolling ...