Monaco & Quisisana Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Today was another fantastic day, we took boats to Murano and Burano. Murano of course is famous for its glass and yes it was everywhere. Some beautiful and some just way over the top. We purchased a few pieces but luggage space did hinder us somewhat. Onto Burano, this is my favourite island, bright coloured buildings..... Well by Venetian ...
... this floating city.
Drinking in the beautiful canal lined with terrace houses, seeing water taxis and gondolas floating past in every direction on the sparkling blue-green water in the bright sunshine was truly a jaw dropping entrance to a new city.
Tearing our eyes away from the view, we tried to find our hotel. After only about four or five wrong turns we managed to find it down a winding alley. Dumping our bags and changing into ...
... sunset I was a little annoyed by a complete lack of wifi anywhere in the station (I don’t expect it everywhere, but this was Rome Central, not Mongolia!) and had no way of contacting my host to let him know my arrival time. Following the directions he’d given my I found my way out to the home of Massimo, in a suburb just one bus ride from the city centre. Given a delicious pesto pasta dinner by my kind host, I slept considerably warmer than in my previous night’s ...
... It was a really nice dinner, and we got along really well, even with some language barriers where 'mozzies' were mistaken for 'Aussies' which was hilarious. We continued the night and bad a couple more drinks at an Irish pub. Carly and I tried a spritzer which was wine mixed with a bitter liqueur. It was a really fun night, and we organised to catch up with them in New York. They kindly offered to walk us to our ferry terminal, and on the way Michael saw a bench where we wanted ...
... only 8 rooms the place is simply delightful, a true oasis in the heart of the action tucked behind a big red door.
It wasn’t long before I was back out joining the chaos, it was so busy with people traipsing along in all directions. I was just so pleased to stretch my legs after a 34 hour transit and it didn’t take me long to lose myself in the quaint alleyways. I could not wipe the smile from my face as I crossed bridge after bridge over ...