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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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We woke up tired and not really rearing to go today. Was a massive day getting to Venice, then the boat accident, then the fire works, then the two bottles of Chianti. But today is a boat ride to; and little tour of the Murano Glass factory. I am not sure how many factories are left, but this tour was complimentary from …
Bright and early this morning, I was on the train to Padova, and despite a bit of soreness from the day before, happily walked the kilometer down the Corso Guiseppe Garibaldi to the Bertrand Russell Language School.
I soon found the small room what would be my classroom for the next month and met the others in ...
... when we finished with dinner at No Emi we came out and St Mark's Square was slightly flooded. Something I'm told only happens in the winter. The square which is usually very busy and full of people was mostly empty and those were out had abandoned their umbrellas and shoes in the light rain and were running, splashing and twirling like children in flooded square. The light rain continued through ...
... and enjoyed it on the walk to the park. The high school kids were obviously done for the day and were having some pretty intensive water fights. We found a little bit of shade and sat and watched the craziness. It was nice to have a day that was a little more low key than some of our other days. We headed up the road taking a new side street to go back to Piazza dei Signori. It wasn't hopping yet but we found a nice cafe in the shade. ...
... it tasted bad, but more because I was full. Shame. I'll try this again in Melbourne and see what I think when I'm less full.
It was raining quite badly outside so I caught a taxi back to the B&B and immediately felt this dread about having to return to Venice tonight. I eventually got back in the evening, later than I had planned, and bought 6 different flavours of gelato in a tub for dinner. The man that served me called me signorina which I really liked. It ...