Hotel Terme Orvieto
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... the city and ended up back near our hotel,where we had lunch alongside a canal, so we sat sown next to a couple for dinner, who were from Northern Ireland and we had a good yarn to them talking about NRL, Aussie Rules,Rugby Union and of course Belfast. He like us loved the SOO games and could not believe it when we showed him the photo with Jerry and was disappointed when I didn't have a photo of Isaac Boss( Kiwi who new of Zane ...
... on for our first real view of Venice. We listened to Rick Steve's audio tour of the Grand Canal and soaked in the view. Venice is beautiful and quite unique. We hopped off of Vaparetto at St. Mark's Square and meandered around.
Then we got lost and lost again and then lost some more. The "streets" of Venice and windy, end abruptly and do some crazy things. We ate at an open air restaurant and enjoyed the sights. Then Doug got gelato and we slowly found our ...
... The Burano church tower has a lean like the one in Pisa, although it isn't as tall. Quite a few of the towers in Venice have a lean but the one on Burano leans the most. Next stop Torcello. I'd read about this island and really wanted to see the old church and ruins here. It is the oldest settlement in Venice and was the first church built. It is a really lovely island, there are a couple of really nice restaurants and hotels but not much else; there is an peaceful tranquility ...
Woke up early for an early bus in the direction of Italy. Got to Venice at around lunchtime and hung out until 3. We got the bus to Tronchetto and caught the People Mover (a mini train) to Piazzale Roma. We then tried our best to navigate the tiny streets and canals of Venice. After we went to a Da Vinci exhibit and got some delicious gelato (choc chip and chocolate for me, chocolate and vanilla for Rob), we found ourselves at Ponte Dell'Accademia - one of the three bridges that crosses ...
... in the ceiling was actually entirely out of minute sized
golden tiles - a giant mosaic! Of epic proportions. So magnificent.
the basilica we explored around the square. We saw numerous shops to
look in and spotted a place for cheap lunch later on. Doge's palace was next - we had also booked tickets for here.
building was incredible. It expanded over a large area that encompassed
many rooms and display cases. We walked through many sections such ...