- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Continental Breakfast
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... in National Parks) , and is hybrid- they claim zero emissions at 17 knots with huge banks of batteries charged from time to time by the diesel engines burning very low carbon footprint oil.
All grey water is recycled, and all solid waste and refuse compacted and frozen into cubes for later offloading.
Lighting is all LED, and uses 10% of ...
... Venice. We hit the pavements of Venice just after 2:15pm and the battle of the crowds began. There are so many tourists in Venice and our hotel is just off one of the main tourist thoroughfares. As Ilaria had studied in Venice, she lead us on a walk around the city. It was great to get inside knowledge from someone who actually lived in the city. Carlie thought we were dawdling but I didn't care - I'm on holidays, in Venice, I'm going to savour every moment. So ...
... over to get in line and soon started climbing up the steep stairwell to reach the top of the basilica. Here, we were able to go out on the balcony, which had a great view of the square and sea. Then we went inside to look at the historical pieces, and look down inside the basilica itself. I know it seems as if every church I go to trumps the last, but the pattern is still holding true. I personally feel that Saint Mark's Basilica is stunning, but not over ...
An early start today (7am) to catch the cab to Luton for our Venice flight. It was obviously not Anne who made these arrangements as we arrived at the airport with over 2 hours to spare! Unluckily, the plane was delayed. Even so, we queued up the minute our flight was called - it is so easy to get caught napping! We finally reached Marco Polo airport about 4pm, and caught a vaporetto (river ferry) along the canals of Venice to the stop nearest our hotel, ...
For dinner we ventured back across Canale Della Giudecca to a pizzeria called Casin dei Nobili. We sat right at the tables on the edge of the canal, so close I was concerned if we knocked the salt & pepper off the table they would have fallen in the water! I ordered a Diavola which has salami piccante (spicy) on it… right up my alley. It was bloody good, as was the Creme Brûlée which followed. ...