- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Swimming pool
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Okay I know every city so far has been my favourite but this one surpasses them all. I love Venice oh and did I mention I realllllllllly love Venice. Our day started early as it was a long drive and we left Vienna about 7am. Arriving at Venice, we left the coach and embarked on a ferry that shuttled us to our hotel, The Papadopoli. It is a very nice hotel next to the canal (aren't they all?) with quaint little rooms and true Venetian decor ...
... as has titled himself (short for GPS) was in his element telling us all how stupid we were for not being able to match his navigational agility.
We took a lazy afternoon stroll around Rialto before getting set up for dinner at the Bauer hotel. Dad had arranged a table for us all right out on the Grand Canal, but unfortunately the weather had other ideas - big thick dark clouds looked like ...
... After the break, no fewer than four additional goals were scored by Holland, each one welcomed to rapturous applause and air-punching. We left them to continue the celebrations at around 11.15pm. One of the main reasons for choosing this site was to visit the Renaissance town of Urbino, birthplace of Raphael and site of a university. The town has been awarded the Unesco status of a World Heritage Site. We were a bit unsure of visiting on a Saturday, fearing crowds ...
Sadly, today was our last day in Italy. As worn out as we were feeling, we weren't ready to go home! Rain was in the forecast for today but we never saw any, though the wind was blowing strong most of the day, making the seas and canals choppy (we felt like we had sea legs all day, like we'd come off a cruise ship).
Before heading out for our last Italian adventure, we headed to Rosa Salva for our cappucini and picked up a ...
... be extremely hard and not possible for Nat.
Further, we are returning to Australia, whether it be in 1 month, or 12 months. If were going to look for work, whats the point doing so in the UK? The pay is less. Its temporary. We need to rent/ pay for accommodation (dead money), and we have debts to pay and money to save for the future (Brazil 2014, settling down thereafter, returning to mortgage payments etc).
Jobs in the UK dont seem easy to come by, and ...