President Terme Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Airport Transportation
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... Aparthotel Harvey, a cross between a hotel with breakfast served and self contained apartments. Described in the brochure as "set in private grounds in a pine wood" actually on a road with other hotels with four trees in the grounds. !! So the couple of days is relaxing, sitting by the pool, swimming in the Adriatic and generally going very red. !!!! So pace has slowed down , a walk down the beach, a salad listening to the waves ...
... yacht in the world, Carinthia VII, and saw the liner New Amsterdam sail out, like a floating apartment block, huge! We watched the movie "Troy" at Troy, now watching "The Tourist" and have to follow up with "Indian Jones and the Last Crusade", "Moonraker" and "Italian Job 2". Overall, Venice was fantastic, a great feel for an aged city that we feel may eventually price itself out of the tourist circuit but probably ...
Today is going to be a short blog. We are tired and a little home sick, so we'll make it brief as it was a predominately a travel day anyway. We woke up in Rome and had to say goodbye to some great friends that we had made over the course of the tour. Even though our tour had only been 8 days, it felt like much more. It put a lump in the throat to say goodbye. We headed to Verona ...
... their journey to the Rialto bridge, the first and largest bridge constructed over the main canal. The area, as well as the bridge itself, is full of shops and restaurants vying for the attention of shoppers. They bought Nikki a necklace piece that goes with her bracelet. They decided to sit down and eat at a restaurant on the Grand Canal. The ability to relax was well worth the cover charge that each eating establishment charges if you occupy their seats. They had lasagna ...
... on our travels. At
about 10.30 we finished our chat and we all went to our rooms to get
ready. Simon and I left first. We were headed for Cannaregio and the
Jewish ghetto. We knew how to get there. Venice is surprisingly easy to
navigate!! On our way over a main bridge to get over the grand
canal we saw a bunch of men that sell counterfeit bags running in a herd
back towards us. Obviously running from police or the like. These guys