Travel Blogs from Roncadelle
... for free time, we visited the Rolex and Omega boutiques. I got a strap for the ladies Playboy Omega, about $235. Then shopping all over the place and the Ponte Rialto. B got me an entire outfit including shoes so I'd look good for our Gondola ...
A good chunk of our day was uneventful, with the close to four hour train ride from Rome to Venice. Upon arriving at the Venice train station, we decided to make use of our journey to our hotel and see a bit of the city at the same time. In Venice, the main mode of public transportion is a "vaporetto". This is basically a boat-bus that goes from one stop/dock to the next. While we could have taken the express line, we decided instead to ride ...
... update on drinking game, Australia 2 rest of the world zero.
09:55am 3 Nil to Australia, they haven't yet realised that nobody else is playing.
10:25am another beer for Australia.
Guy with the mobile espressos machine has come back down the train.
11:05am and yet another beer for the Australians.
Exit the station and once again a pre-purchased online travel pass allowed us to ...
... nervous Nellie, told her to chill and I can't even put down the words that Kristy said next.....
We had music and a singer with our groups, so we sailed the Grand Canal and other smaller alleys to many Italian songs...it was a great time and something for me to cross off my bucket list...
After the rides we came back to the hotel....the girls went out to eat and I'm here blogging for my fans :)....I am just too tired....and before they went out Stacey blew a fuse ...
... br> own in the motor home. Despite having
already eaten ,we felt we had to order from
the restaurant in order to ask for the key so,
being cheapskates, we each ordered the
cheapest things on the menu,- a hot dog &
for Steve, a tiny scoop of sorbet for me and two very small Cokes- came
over 20 Euros!
Before leaving home we ordered booklets and passes that allow us to
stay overnight in ...