Hotel Savoia Thermae & Spa
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... So we also gave his some NZ scenery playing cards. Ang promised to send him something All Black from NZ. This night would see by far our longest sleep. We slept until 9.50am. We had until then been getting about 6-7 hours per day. A couple of other points of interest we've picked up are 1. We asked two of the hotel staff, one is an Albanian woman who speaks 5 languages and runs the hotel breakfast - at our hotel why masquerade masks are so common in ...
... had many different styles of Italian biscuits and on the counter they had fritelle........Sandra, Peter and Andrew remember their mothers making them when they were children. Of course we had to try them. They are like a jam donut coated in sugar but inside is mixed peel and sultanas. They were quite delicious and my Italian friends' sugary grins told me they were reliving a wonderful memory. We retraced our ...
... hours of our wandering was trying to get to the outside of venice so we could go home! We had a relaxing evening and an early night as we didn't sleep well on the train! The next morning we went to venice again and explored the upper part of the island! We had some Italian pizza, walked around, and just gazed at all the beauty going on around us! We made a full day of it and than came home again. We really appreciate hostels with kitchens ...
... our way into the line as we had a pre-booked time so we could jump the cue- there were a few unhappy people! The water was into the foyer of the church, but nit into the main part. As we walked around St Marks our guide explained the meaning behind the shapes used in the floor mosaics; triangle for the holy trinity, square representing an addition to the trinity making it not pure and the circle representing no end. While we were in the church ...
... another 'bus' to Murano. This island is famous for it's glass making. We wandered around a few shops and then watched a glass demonstration where the guy made a horse out of glass. It was pretty impressive.
We caught the boat back to Venice's main land and wandered the streets. Belinda was very keen to get a mask so we went into a few mask shops. The one we ended up purchasing our masks from had a very impressive selection. We spent so long ...