Wellness Hotel Terme delle Nazioni
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... Canova was a famous Italian sculptor. When we came out we made our way to Giannino and Luisa's house for lunch. When we got their we met the rest of Eddy's family. His wife Ivana, and his other two kids, Maria Angelica and Gabriele. We also saw Roger, Donatella and Vanessa. After lunch Maria Angelica, Vanessa and I made a pizza base but I had to go home before we finished it. That night we went out for pizza at restaurant, which was at a farm ...
... had walked by it 3 times it was closed. We ordered the 2 course meal. The first course was amazing. In fact JR said it was the best Gnocchi he had ever tasted. The second course was a split decision; Loretta loved her chicken, JR strongly disliked his steak and my liver & onions (Venetian style) was not bad. After dinner we went for one last stroll, took a mental picture of the sites because tomorrow we leave the beautiful city of Venice. ...
... sea and fresh water mix. It was discovered when the earthquake broke the top off part of the cave. The cave can be seen by entering through a long tunnel and being rowed through the cave in small boats that carry 15 each. The wait was quite long but worth it. The sunlight turns the water to a bold blue and the light rays scatter around the whole interior. On the tour we saw a very ...
... or offer a 5Euro umbrella as a light rain fell. Jumping into the water taxi took my breath away. It all felt so surreal. After a quick run through the canals we made it to our abode for the next two nights. We each have massive self catering apartments overlooking canals. The funny thing is that this is the cheapest accommodation we have booked for the whole of the holiday. Makes sense hey?! ...
... Egypt. This did not deter the Venetians as they went and stole the body of St. Mark and brought him to Venice. Thus the basilica is named San Marco basilica and San Marco piazza. They also managed to "inherit" St. Mark's symbol, the winged lion. This has since become the symbol for Venice. This was compared to stealing the name Coca Cola, instant name recognition. ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet