Hotel Terme Helvetia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... the cashier had not scanned the swan. Then we stood on our verandah and mum took a picture. We then went out again and got dinner at a nice restaurant, I got tortellini and mushrooms in a creamy sauce. We then went for a walk and amelia got a glass penguin to replace the swan that she didn't get. I still need to get a souvenir, I will probably get it in Switzerland. We then ran home and waited for mum and dad at the house door. We then went to bed because today was very ...
... a different colour, sort of like a giant version of Balamory! The tour guide recommended that we try the food in the Pasticceria (pastry shop) - it was well worth it! There was also a tower which has become wonky since being built - literally the leaning tower of Venice! We walked up and down the main stretch and took lots of photos before heading back to the boat and back to the main island. For the last boat journey we sat outside, ...
... food aboard is a treat and dinner did not disappoint. Our waiter is an Indonesian called Arif who has been doing his job for 9 years. Graham had forgotten how small the servings were so didn't order every course and was still peckish at the end of the meal. I think that will change tomorrow night. Slept reasonably well as dosed up on Sealegs and wore pressure bands. It was early to breakfast the next morning (lovely to have cereal and toast - no vegemite though) as Christine ...
Big day in Venice today the annual regatta is on as well as the Venice film festival. The streets are crowded today. We find sn off the street cafe where the lunch menu is "9.50 euro all you can eat". We decide we will come back for lunch. The owner laughs and says " ah yes they always say I come back but they never do". We buy a ferry pass for two days allows you on and off as many times as you like great way to see the city of Venice. You must understand ...
... a mention. It is a one bedroom ground floor flat (no stairs) in the middle of the old town. Halfway between the Rialto Bridge and St Marks. It has all the mod cons. Air conditioning/wifi/ensuite. It is also full of charactor; exposed wooden beams and beautiful genuine Venetian chandaliers. But, best of all it is right on ...