Wellness Hotel Terme delle Nazioni
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... heading out for a day of exploring.
I managed to lose my glasses at the restaurant the night before which is a major issue. We stopped off to see them, but to no avail. Found a telcom company (TIM) and bought a sim for my phone.
We were aiming to go to the Rialto Bridge and somehow missed all the signs and headed in the wrong direction. The map had been left at home, so it took us about 2 hours of magical wandering to realise we had no chance of ...
... my goal to be cast in a role that will require me to wear a traditional Victorian style dress complete with a skirt that makes my hips look like they're four feet across and a corset that inhibits my movement/breathing. One day...
It had rained a lot earlier in the week and Venice had experienced serious (though normal) flooding. I guess that's a con of living in a city that's built on water. Luckily the water was down to normal by the time we got there because I left ...
We woke up early this morning so we could watch the entrance into Venice. It was magical. Felt like we were just floating silently through the canal into the city. Venice truly is a unique city. Traffic was busy, even at 7:30 on a Sunday morning, boats of every size and shape were darting around all over the place. After our ship docked, we had a quick breakfast and then departed for a trip into the city. We used public transportation...Vaporettos (or ...
... We walk toward the waiter of a small café by the waters edge. He stands in the doorway of the restaurant: a young man with beautiful golden skin. He is wearing a fitted pair of jeans and what looks to be a very expensive, light blue dress shirt.
He speaks first. 'You a want a theee table for two a yes?’ His words bounce off his tongue like a ping pong ball in a casual game; his tone rises and falls playfully.
... even Sam & Mıchael went as neıther of them heard opera before. An exhıbıtıon of Salvador Dalı was a hıghlıght for me amongst the many museums and gallerıes I went to. Alot of the tıme was spent just wanderıng & usually gettıng lost ın the alleys & canals. It was pretty cold and overcast most of the tıme, so stops ın restaurants and cafe's to warm up wıth ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility