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Today we took a train from Padua to Venice and when I left the train station I was amazed to see that in front of the train station was just water because Venice has no streets, just water and sidewalks it is very cool. In Venice we went to San Marco Square and we went inside the church. We went to the Rialto Bridge, we rode a …
... the chapel to help his father get into heaven. The family's fortune came from banking and his father was knows for the interest he charged for loans and charging such interest was frowned upon. In fact, Dante puts Enrico's father in his seventh circle of hell. Enrico spared no expense and hired the most noted artist of his day, Giotto. No pictures were allowed inside the chapel and we had only fifteen minutes for our visit but that ...
... mussels were beyond any we have ever had, their pasta was excellent and the pizzas were always fresh and tasty. The bread is dry, heavy and has no salt or flavour. Yesterday we went to a "recommended" restaurant in the town square...the pasta was very chewy, the seafood was cooked to within an inch of its' life and the sauce was so salty and rich we could barely eat it. And yet, nothing takes away from this simply incredible ...
... luggage counter next door. The People Mover was relatively empty. It was while I was waiting for Roisin to get the tickets, a German couple asked me if this goes to the Cruise terminal, how long did it take, how much was the fare. Question, questions, questions. It felt like an interrogation!!! I was going to ask them to which ship were they going on but was afraid they might reply with a 'Vee vill ask ze questions!!’ So I responded to all these questions and ...
... Togas. Thank goodness for my Air Berlin earplugs. I put those bad boys on and slept like a baby. Even though our stay in Venice was short I was very happy we did it and saw it. Check. Now we are off to Rome. We have an apartment, big ups to Frank for hooking us up. We look forward to not only being in Rome for a solid 6 days but being with friends. Here we come Rome.
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed